The Almighty Sometimes
With Hilary Bell
21 June - 9 August 2018
In this exclusive 8-week course, you’ll be part of a small group of students who follow the progress of Griffin’s production of The Almighty Sometimes through the rehearsal process to opening night.
Under the guidance of acclaimed playwright Hilary Bell, you will:
This is a course for theatre lovers of all experience levels, and offers a unique insight into the creation of a new Australian production.
8 week course
Thursday 21 June – Thursday 9 August
7pm – 9pm
Please note: Time variations apply with certain sessions commencing earlier or running past 9pm
The Griffin Office
13 Craigend Street, Kings Cross
Some sessions will take place offsite – for example, at the rehearsal room, or at the SBW Stables Theatre.
Calling all homebodies! Hankering for a good theatrical listen while hunkered down at home? The latest episode of the Griffin Theatre Podcast has just been released! Listen to @Miss_Harbinger and @angelacatterns talk about 'Prima Facie' here: https://t.co/sgAO1dnQf9
Griffin is thrilled to announce that Nick Coyle's 'The Feather in the Web' and Meyne Wyatt's 'City of Gold' have both been shortlisted for this year's Nick Enright Prize for Playwriting! View the shortlist here: https://t.co/IfRxrdIaeI
A spot of good news: Griffin's General Auditions for 2020 are going ahead (one at a time, with plenty of hand sanitiser and social distancing of 1.5 metres, of course)! We're also extending our auditions, to see more Sydney-based actors. Apply now: https://t.co/LQvwDyOj9x
With great sadness, Declan, Karen, and the Board of Griffin Theatre Company are today announcing the temporary closure of the SBW Stables Theatre. For more information, head to the Griffin website: https://t.co/NBo1Uqd7oJ
The Griffs are thrilled to announce the shortlisted theatre practitioners of Griffin and @Create_NSW's inaugural Incubator Fellowship! To read more about the emerging practitioners and their projects, head to the Griffin website: https://t.co/1fkxaqUSoh