|Photo by Martin Kaufhold|
British playwright and performer Tim Crouch’s award-winning productions break with theatrical convention and pose provocative questions. England, his newest work, takes place in a gallery—at Dartmouth, in the Hood Museum of Art. Audience members play the part of fellow gallery-goers who listen as cast members enact a story of perception, privilege, and price.
In addition to four performances, Crouch and actor Hannah Ringham will offer free workshops for theater teachers and practitioners. They will focus on techniques for working with young actors and for theater in which the audience plays an active role. Call 646-2010 to pre-register or click here for more information.
England: Tuesday, November 10, and Wednesday, November 11 • 6 and 8 p.m. • Hood Museum of Art • $20, Dartmouth students $10 • 646-2422
Workshop with Tim Crouch: Theater and Young Audiences: Monday, November 9 • 4 p.m. • Wilson 301 • call 646-2010 to register
Workshop with Hannah Ringham: The Audience’s Role: Monday, November 9 • 5:30 p.m. • Wilson 301 • call 646-2010 to register
Last Updated: 1/7/10