YT Directors’ Development Programme – Applications Open

YT Directors’ Development Programme

Applications are now open for the YT Directors’ Development Programme, a brand new four-month long career-progression programme for experienced directors of youth theatre. Through the programme participants will be encouraged to take risks in their practice and further their aspirations as theatre-makers.

From August to November 2019, a cohort of up to eight youth theatre directors will come together to:

  • view performances
  • take part in workshops and discussions
  • receive coaching
  • develop new projects with young performers
  • present brand new works-in-progress

The programme is specifically designed for practitioners who already have a range of youth theatre directing experience, including individuals who may have taken a step back from directing themselves in order to run companies or allow junior colleagues opportunities.

We are pleased to offer this programme with the support of our partners; Edinburgh International Festival, Traverse Theatre and Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society. Participation is free and application is open to all directors who can demonstrate a commitment to youth theatre in Scotland.

For full information on the YT Directors’ Development Programme, please download the Application Form below and email it to catherine@ytas.org.uk no later than
 12 noon, Monday 10 June 2019.

 

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