Workshop / Q&A with professional director Hannah Hauer-King
Exeter University Theatre Company presents: A Q&A Workshop with Hannah Hauer-King; freelance theatre, comedy, cabaret, and musical director. She acts as Artistic Director and co-founder of all-women theatre company Damsel Productions, and has recently directed work with organisations including the National Theatre, Paines Plough, Southwark Playhouse, and Soho Theatre.
Damsel Productions were also the original company to produce ‘The Amber Trap’, which EUTCo are currently producing for a tour to the Edinburgh Fringe! For more information on Hannah’s directing work please go to the bottom of this description.
Join us at 17:30 on Thursday 4th February as we host the multi-talented Hannah in a Q&A session about her experience of directing in the theatre industry.
This exciting workshop is £1.50 for EUTCo members (this includes the social membership!), but non-members will have to pay a fee of £3, payable via this link:
Please register to join this Zoom workshop using the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUuf-uurTsrGtyRwMxGMnivmWIt-rHUG3Ox
Once you have registered for the event, you will receive an email confirmation containing information about joining the Zoom.
You can submit any questions you have for Hannah when you register, or you can submit them directly to EUTCo via our email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Facebook page. Questions will be accepted until 5pm on Tuesday 2nd February. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions live during the Q&A.
*We will be checking the participants list before the Q&A, and if you haven’t paid the entry price then you will not be admitted to the Zoom call, so please make sure you have paid before the 4th of February!*
We are so excited to host Hannah Hauer-King and provide insight into professional theatre directing, and can't wait to see as many of you there as possible!
Hannah’s recent directing work includes: Moon Licks (Paines Plough & RWCMD Production), Circle Game (Oxford School of Drama), The Funeral Director (Southwark Playhouse & UK Tour w ETT 2019), Grief Circle (National Youth Theatre, Epic Stages), Fabric (Soho Theatre), The Amber Trap (Theatre 503), Grotty (Bunker Theatre), Fury (Soho Theatre), The Swell (Hightide Festival), Breathe (Bunker Theatre), Revolt She Said Revolt Again (RCSSD), Clay (Pleasance Theatre), Dry Land (Jermyn Street Theatre). Associate/Assistant work includes: Romeo & Juliet (Shakespeare's Globe), Radiant Vermin (Soho Theatre) and Daytona (Theatre Royal Haymarket, & Park Theatre)