Jude Christian, Artistic Associate at the Gate and director of Trust by Falk Richter, leads a 2 hour workshop exploring the unique challenges and opportunities of working with postdramatic text. What is postdramatic text? How is it different from working on more formally traditional plays? Jude will share her tips and advice based on her experience.
This is a workshop for those who are interested in learning more about postdramatic text. It is also an opportunity to meet and explore with others who are interested in the possibilities of exploring form, and to ask Jude about her own experiences.
Jude is a director, writer and performer. She is also Associate Artist of The Yard, Lyric Hammersmith and National Youth Theatre of Great Britain. Her directing credits include Parliament Square (Bush theatre); Bodies and Lela & Co (Royal Court Theatre); The Darkest Corners (Transform), The Path (HighTide Theatre). She previously directed I’d Rather Goya Robbed Me of My Sleep Than Some Other Arsehole for the Gate Theatre in 2014.
As an Associate Director, her work includes Aladdin and Shopping and Fucking (Lyric Hammersmith) and Carmen Disruption (Almeida Theatre). As well as directing she was Co-Artistic Director of Concert Theatre (2012 – 2016) and in 2016 she wrote and performed in Nanjing (Now ’16 Festival, The Yard).