PlayMakers: Masterclass | Storytelling Devices with Keisha Thompson

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An interactive session with playwright Keisha Thompson

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Join Keisha in an interactive session that gets you to explore how devices can be used to lift a story from the page to the performance space. Prepare to play and ponder.

Keisha Thompson is a Manchester based writer, performance artist and producer.

Keisha is the Young People’s Producer at Contact, chair of radical arts funding body, Future’s Venture Foundation, is a fellow of the MOBO x London Theatre Consortium Fellowship and is a member of Greater Manchester Cultural and Heritage Group.

She is currently touring award-winning solo show, Man on the Moon. Her debut book, Lunar, features her poetry and the show script, whilst Moonwhile is a poetic mini album featuring music from the show.

In 2020 she will work with commissioners Eclipse Theatre, York Theatre Royal and Pilot Theatre to stage new play, The Bell Curves. The script was made in development with Box of Tricks.

She will also work with Fuel Theatre and Alan Lane (Slung Low) to create new children’s show Izzy, BOSSS & Fractal.

She will release a new mini album, Ephemera, in collaboration with Tom “Werkha” Leah.

Other events in Box of Tricks' Masterclass series:

Alison Carr Q&A (26 August)

Lizzie Nunnery: Writing Theatricality (9 September)

Tom Morton-Smith: Group Dynamics (23 September)

Chris Hoyle: Character and Dialogue (7 October)

Al Lockhart-Morley: Writing Pantomime (21 October)

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