Writing: Stage to Page, Glasgow
Stage to Page takes place on the last Monday of each month at 7pm, usually in the CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD, although sometimes the collective venture out to other cultural venues across the city. The next events are:
Monday 24 February 2014 (Submission deadline: 5pm, Friday 14 February 2014)
Guest: Libby McArthur
Venue: Citizens Theatre, Gorbals
Everyone attending Stage to Page is asked to pay a £3 entry fee which contributes to the cost of running the event.
What is Stage to Page?
Stage to Page is a voluntary collective of writers, directors and actors who meet monthly to conduct short public workshops of scenes from brand new plays.
This lively exploration of new writing is an opportunity for writers to be actively involved in an exciting, short workshop process, hear their work being read and get feedback from directors, actors and audiences.
Stage to Page is led by a different guest each month, drawn from Scotland’s prominent writers, directors or theatre practitioners.
Stage to Page facilitators are: Alex Cox, Colin Healy, Lisa Keddie, Linda Duncan McLaughlin, Fergus Mitchell and Julie Tsang.
What happens at Stage to Page?
Writers submit scenes. (One week before the event.)
Directors are selected (One week before the event)
Scenes are read anonymously by our guest and 3 will be selected to receive a short, one-hour workshop on the night of Stage to Page.
Stage Three- on the night!
6.30pm – Actors, directors and observers arrive, actors put their names in envelopes that describe the gender & age of the characters that best suit them
7.10pm – Guest and evening introduced. Scenes are cast at random.
7.30pm – 8.30pm Scenes are developed for an hour in open rehearsals.
8.30pm – 9.45pm After a quick refreshment, scenes are read by the actors for the whole group. The Guest will then invite comment and feedback on the scenes.
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