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WHITE RABBIT IS DELIGHTED TO WELCOME MASTER DIRECTOR DAVE LETCH to The Burrow in May 2018 for a very special ACTOR INTENSIVE TRAINING OPPORTUNITY: 

 

THE SACRED PLAYGROUND

Intensive Weekend Masterclass with Dave Letch

 

"FEEL THE PRESSURES RECEDE, STRENGTHEN, GATHER AND AFFECT YOUR GUT.

PUT ONE FOOT IN FRONT OF THE OTHER. SAY ONE THING, THEN ANOTHER.

DISCOVER THAT YOU SUDDENLY GET TO THE END WITH NO IDEA HOW YOU GOT THERE.

EXPLORE HOW INSTINCT IS HARNESSED BY TECHNIQUE." 

- DAVE LETCH

 

CONTACT INFO@WHITERABBITTHEATRE.COM.AU from more information and to secure your place. Participants must be 18+ and be able to demonstrate relative experience in the industry. Maximum 14 participants per weekend, first come first served! 

 

ABOUT THE TUTOR:

Dave Letch is a Writer & Director of Theatre and Film. Prior to ‘putting indefinitely on-hold’ his acting career, he was highly acclaimed for his work and garnerered many accolades and awards for both theatre and film.

He also specializes as an acting coach and teacher of some repute. He was Guest Director and Artist in Residence to James Cook University and taught across all years: Improvisation, Shakespeare and Alexander Technique. Internationally, he is widely known as a script doctor, particularly adaptation from stage or novel to film. With Shaun Charles, he was Co-Artistic Director of RENEGADE Inc. a Brisbane-based theatre company which was dedicated to the development and production of new writing; work to which he is still deeply committed and was Vice President of Brisbane Independent Filmmakers. An indie film, grass roots support organization.

He has written cop shows Homicide and Division Four as well as several operas.

For film, he is currently in Post Production for Miles Franklin Award Winner, Andrew McGahan’s WEDNESDAY. Other films include THE TOUCH and WISHBONE. He is currently in development of the feature A TREE FALLING to star Greta Scacchi. His most recent theatre productions are “A Tree, Falling” by Ron Elisha, “Rio Saki and Other Falling Debris” by Shaun Charles, “Renaissance” by Ron Elisha, “Points of Exit” by Loubna Haikl on the terrors of Interfaith and the destruction of Palestine. He is Patron to Pigs Fly Productions Inc. a regionally based Indie Theatre Company.

 

DON'T MISS THIS UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY! Contact us today at info@whiterabbittheatre.com.au to secure your place.

READ THE REVIEW FROM XS ENTERTAINMENT FOR WRTE's PRODUCTION 'POCKETFUL OF PEBBLES' HERE!

https://xsentertainme.wordpress.com/2017/07/13/pocketful-of-pebbles/


White Rabbit Studio

 

The Burrow Book Club

A monthly meeting place for busy bibliophiles

Enjoy listening and particpating in conversations about your favourite books and those gems you're yet to discover with Guest Authors and Special Guests

LAUNCHING in 2018! Details annouced soon.

No ongoing commitemnts or prepartion necessary. ALL WELCOME! 

 

WIRELESS: Monthly Play Reading Series

Revisit the world of radio plays as professional actors, directors and musicians bring a rehearsed reading to life for an intimate audience.

LAUNCHING SOON!

 

OLD CHUM

Create your very own One Man/One Woman Cabaret Show

2018 ADULT COURSE DATES RELEASED SOON!

 

IMPROV-O-RAMA

A weekly improv group for actors and other creatively inclined adults keen to explore the wonderful world of improvisation

COMING SOON!

 

Works in Development

 

White Rabbit Theatre Ensemble is passionate about supporting the creation of new work. Currently, Lisa Smith’s first full-length play ‘FIDDLER’S GREEN’ is in its third draft under the guidance of dramaturg Peter Matheson.

 

Davy is a fisherman. He’s spent most of his life at sea, now that he thinks about it. The longest relationship he’s had is with his boat, Doris. He didn’t plan it that way; it’s just how things worked out.

But it wasn’t always this way. There was someone, once.

And as Doris slowly sinks, the boat is flooded with memories as well as water. And not all of them are welcome.

 

"I hear the fiddle. Perhaps the stories are true after all."