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What Good are the Arts?

This CAPITAL-supported student performance project is devised by Claire Stone and Peter Faulconbridge . The production offers an entertaining exploration of the lively debates on the questions 'Do we have a duty to create art that serves a moral purpose? Or should art have no end beyond itself?

There will be three performances in the CAPITAL Studio:

Saturday 27th of February - 7.30 pm 

Sunday 28th February 2.30 pm and  7.30 pm 

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/capital/performance/studentdrama/whatgoodarethearts/

Fri 12 Feb 2010, 10:26

ReCreating: In Play

CAPITAL's Playwright in Residence Tarell McCraney will lead a week-long intensive project, 15-19 February, using Shakespeare's King John, its themes, language, and structure to generate new work. Warwick students and staff are invited to work as an ensemble to devise ideas that spring  from an exploration of the play which Tarell is adapting for the RSC. The aim is to try out these ideas then and there, putting them up on their feet, teasing them out  and using them as building blocks towards an original piece.

Mon 25 Jan 2010, 22:50

Paul Robeson exhibition at Shakespeare's Globe

A Slave's Son at Stratford - Paul Robeson (1898-1976)

Curated by Professor Tony Howard, this exhibition was created in 2009 as part of Professor Howard's Fellowship in Creativity and Performance project to coincide with the 50th anniversary of Robeson's appearance as Othello in Straford-upon-Avon  and the tour of the RSC's production of the play. Having visited Warwick Arts centre, Newcastle and Liverpool, the exhibition is now revived at Shakespeare's Globe in London until 28 February 2010. Admission to the display is included with a ticket to Shakespeare’s Globe Exhibition.

Thu 07 Jan 2010, 21:32

Diary of a Madman at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Fail Better Productions, CAPITAL's Company in Residence have re-staged their critically acclaimed show Diary of a Madman (after Gogol, celebrating his 200th anniversary). This piece was named one of the best shows of 2007 in Time Out London and played the Edinburgh Festival Fringe as part of the Underbelly’s 10th Anniversary over a two week run (16th-30th August).
Thu 10 Sep 2009, 10:29

Open-Space Learning in Real World Contexts

Professor Jonothan Neelands, CAPITAL Centre Associate, National Teaching Fellow and Chair of Drama and Theatre Education in the Institute of Education, has just been awarded a grant of £193,000  by the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme for a project exploring Open Space Learning in Real World Contexts. The project will be based at the CAPITAL Centre to develop and embed new forms of creative pedagogy associated with workshop practice and collaborative learning in flexible teaching spaces.

Tue 04 Aug 2009, 14:37

Reviewing Shakespearean Theatre: The State of the Art

The CAPITAL Centre is collaborating with the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Nottingham Trent University to hold a two day conference 5-6 September  2009.  Distinguished international speakers from the world of the theatre, media and academia will explore what happens when a production of a Shakespeare play is reviewed. The conference combines short paper sessions and seminars, and includes an opportunity to 'review' the RSC's production of As You Like It . This weekend is a chance for dialogue and collaboration between directors, journalists, students, actors, educators, and the Shakespeare enthusiast. Speakers include: theatre reviewer Michael Billington (The Guardian), Andrew Dickson (The Guardian), Shakespeare specialist Peter Holland (University of Notre Dame), Shakespeare Survey theatre reviewer Carol Rutter (Director of the CAPITAL Centre), and Janet Suzman (actor and director).
Mon 03 Aug 2009, 15:15

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