Do you like how your voice sounds in a recorded medium? Wonder how you might be able to improve your performance for the audio stage?
Join us in this masterclass with Backlogues podcast host Serene Chen to test out and fine-tune your vocal techniques and performance delivery, as well as pick up tips to enhance your home environment for recording.
This masterclass is open to performers of varying voice-acting or voice-over recording experience.
Facilitators: Ng Sze Min & Pan Zai’En, Artwave Stud
Have you been thinking of launching a podcast? But don't know where to start?
Join us for a 3-hr workshop where you'll be introduced to different formats and genres of podcasts, learn to use audio equipment and bring home a 30 second trailer by the end of the workshop!
This workshop is open to beginners and you will create a 30 sec podcast trailer by the end of the workshop. No experience required.
Facilitators: Ng Sze Min & Pan Zai’En, Artwave Studio
Hosted by Artwave Studio, Centre 42 and Si
Inspired by history, and want to breathe new life into old stories onstage? Join playwright Jean Tay for this two-part workshop, where you can learn various strategies on how to translate an idea, inspired by historical events, from the page to the stage. Through hands-on exercises, participants will be introduced to the fundamentals of dramatic writing, and learn how to create compelling characters and dramatic scenarios. Participants are encouraged to bring in a story idea that they are inspired by and in
How do we turn a short story into a play? What types of short stories lend themselves best to stage adaptations? How much liberty are we able to take in the process? Can we subtract characters or add extra dialogues? And is it possible to change the ending?
In this 3-hour workshop, join Wild Rice’s Resident Playwright Alfian Sa’at as he explores these questions. Using Claire Tham’s short story A "Question of Song" as a starting point, he will lead participants through a series of exercises to help them e
Dramaturgs In Practice (DIP) is part of Centre 42's Dramaturgs' Practice Development Programme that aims to fill a gap in current dramaturgs’ practices in Singapore: it provides grounding on basic tools and a shared literacy in the dramaturg’s practices. This programme combines workshop style discussions based on prescribed readings, mock-dramaturgy projects, research projects and project attachments.
Helmed by Dr Robin Loon, the 9-month long bespoke training prog
An Introduction to the Dramaturg’s Work is a foundation course under Centre 42’s Dramaturg’s Practice Development training programme. This 4-session course will provide an introduction and grounding for performing arts practitioners who are curious about or want an insight into the dramaturg’s work.
Conducted by Dr Robin Loon, this course aims to equip participants with an understanding of and familiarisation with:
the brief history and evolution of the dramaturg
the nature and scope of the