January 15, 2015
This January, 2b brings a new work by Siminovitch Prize-nominated playwright Hannah Moscovitch to the Neptune Theatre stage. What A Young Wife Ought to Know premieres at the Neptune Scotiabank Studio Theatre from January 27 – February 8, 2015.
Set in Canada during the 1920’s, this brave and honest examination of love, sex, and fertility is inspired by real stories about young mothers during the early Canadian birth control movement. Tickets to What a Young Wife Ought to Know can be purchased online at neptunetheatre.com or at the Neptune Theatre box office at (902) 429-7070 (or toll free at 1-800-565-7345).
January 6, 2015
Location : TBA (within Halifax, NS)
10-6pm Saturday Jan 24, 2015
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10-6pm Sunday Jan 25, 2015
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Cost: $10 (Payment must be received to reserve your spot and registration is limited to 12 participants per workshop.)
Using methods taught by the late French theatre luminary Jacques Lecoq to ignite the creation process, this workshop offers tools and techniques for playmaking. The exploration is primarily physical in its approach and identifies the actor’s natural instincts for play. There is a focus on freedom through improvisation and on finding ways to access a natural pleasure to play and invent. The workshop culminates with short pieces of theatre created by the participants -pieces that could be used as starting points for scenes or fuller-length creations.