AUDITIONS CALL: AATG TRADITIONAL BRITISH PANTOMIME: KING ARTHUR, THE PANTO ***Extra Audition Date***
Auditions for the AATG 2016 Traditional British Pantomime 'King Arthur: The Panto' are taking place in June.
If you would like a principal part, please come along to one of the auditions!
AATG End of Season Party: Open Mic Night
To finish a hugely successful 2015-2016 Season, the AATG is pleased to announce our End of Season Open Mic Party.
Come along and enjoy songs and comedy from the our own members.
If you want to have a moment on the stage in front of a small but appreciative audience, then please let us know (contact Viv or Lou, email@example.com)
Entrance fee is €5 including hapjes
NEW OPPORTUNITY: AATG Film-making group
We have decided to launch a new initiative within the AATG. From May 2016 we will start a Filmmaking Group.
This group is free to AATG members!
It is just experimental at the moment and its success will depend on the interest of the members.
Many of the skills of writing, directing and acting are directly transferable from the stage. The idea is that we will all participate in each others productions in whatever capacity we can or want, and will also pool our equipment (under supervision, of course).
No prior experience or equipment is required to join.
This group is especially interesting for junior members. As you may know, children and teens are not allowed principal roles for stage productions. WIth the filmmaking group, teens will not only be permitted, but will be encouraged to join. Younger children will need parental supervision
NEW EXCITING OPPORTUNITY: DIRECTING WORKSHOP
On May 17th, 19th and 22nd the AATG will be holding a three-part Directing Workshop, led by the Head of Drama at the British School of the Netherlands, Hazel Ball.
This is a free workshop for all AATG members!
The workshop will cover the following material:
Part 1: The Vision, Organisation & Casting
Part 2: Types of Direction, Script Marking & Developing the Vision
Part 3: Putting the Prep into Practice
This is a three-part course; therefore a commitment to all three sessions is required.
This is a fun, interactive, practical course so please come armed with a sense of humour and be fully prepared to take an active part in the sessions – there will be opportunities both to direct and to be directed by others during the sessions.