Ever wondered how directors bring their vision to life?
Theatre Makers: Directors at Work is a four part docu-series that follows innovative theatre directors and their process in devising theatre.
From interviews, working with actors on the floor in both workshops and rehearsals, to the polished scene, see how these contemporary directors bring their work to life.
Each episode focuses on a specific director, and explores their personal philosophies, methodologies and approaches to theatre making. Includes practical exercises for immediate application in the classroom or rehearsal room.
Lynne Bradley has worked as a director, choreographer, performer and actor-trainer in Brisbane and abroad for the past 25 years. In 1992 she founded Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre with Simon Woods, and has spent the past two decades building Zen Zen Zo into an internationally renowned performance and training centre.
Lynne has been involved in two major intercultural exchanges over the past ten years with world-renowned Butoh company Dairakudakan in Japan, and the International Schools in Hong Kong. She travels regularly nationally and internationally to direct and teach.
Lynne has won a number of awards as a director, performer and choreographer, including Matilda Awards for Cabaret (Best Musical) and The Tempest (Best Independent Production). Zeitgeist was also short-listed for a prestigious Total Theatre Award at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2009.
See the rest of the series here