Fringe Event: The Playwrights Retreat



 
20 Oct 2017 08:00 - 17:00
$999
Taksu Spa & Restaurant. Jl. Hanoman (Google Maps)

Set in the lush tranquillity of Taksu Spa, this five-day intensive retreat is for playwrights seeking a productive space to work under the guidance of experienced facilitators. Tanika Gupta and Lachlan Philpott will lead workshops and one-on-one sessions, which will be balanced by independent working time and time with fellow participants.

For further information head to The Playwrights Retreat website. For ticketing enquiries please email
info@theplaywrightsretreat.com.

Terletak di daerah yang tenang, Taksu Spa, retret lima hari ini adalah bagi para penaskah drama yang mencari ruang produktif untuk bekerja di bawah bimbingan fasilitator berpengalaman. Tanika Gupta dan Lachlan Philpott akan memimpin lokakarya dan sesi one-on-one, yang akan diimbangi dengan waktu dan dengan waktu kerja yang independen dengan sesama peserta.

Untuk pertanyaan tiket silahkan email info@theplaywrightsretreat.com.

Featuring

Tanika Gupta

Tanika Gupta, MBE, is an English playwright of Bengali descent. In honor of those who have fought for independence and those who continue to do so across the world today, …


Lachlan Philpott

Lachlan Philpott is an award-winning writer, dramaturg and teacher who has worked extensively in theatre companies, schools and tertiary institutions around the world. He was named the inaugural Australian Professional …



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