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Sessions are held on Mondays 7.30pm-9pm starting back after summer in August
Fees are currently priced based on the project and can vary.
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If you read the above and it captured your interest and you've got lots of ideas to share and
creativity to explore we want to hear from you. We're looking for open-minded, opinionated
and passionate people to join and add to our amazing Collective.
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Collective is made up of 16+ year olds interested in performing a very broad palette of work including musical theatre, plays, devised performances, site-specific and commissioned work in varied venues and locations across Falkirk and further afield.
The company provides learning opportunities in acting, writing, directing and backstage work and will also take part in specialist skills workshops led by guest theatre professionals.
Collective offers a unique insight into the world of theatre and performance making. With plenty of opportunities to see great theatre and often meet members of the cast and creative team. There will also be exciting unpredicted, additional opportunities throughout the year.
What we do
We create live performance which transcends and compliments traditional forms of theatre performance to produce visceral experiences for the audience and the performers. Treading the line between theatre, installation and live art, Collective also empowers the audience to collaborate in our performances. We work in a variety of traditional and non traditional performance spaces, exploring and playing across disciplines to generate an innovative theatrical experience.
Collective’s work currently consists mainly of two strands; performance (which may take the form of one on one, group, public and private performances), and skills training in facilitation, directing and producing and teaching in the arts.
Much of our work is socially and politically engaged and asks questions about issues which impact us all, giving a voice to unheard stories – told not only by our performers – but by the audience themselves and the community we work and live in.