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Manchester's Home launches theatremaking residency
Paul McEwan, Andrew Sheridan, Katherine Carlton, Rachel Atkins and Kelly Hotten in Inkheart at Home, Manchester. Photo: Graeme Cooper. News. by David Hutchison - Nov 7, 2016. Manchester arts centre Home has launched a two-year residency for one
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Manchester arts centre Home has launched a two-year residency for one theatremaker to develop a piece of work to be staged in its main theatre. The residency, dubbed T1 Commission 2019, is part of a new training programme aimed at theatremakers “at all career stages”, which will also see the centre offer skills workshops, courses and showcases of work in development. Strands on the training scheme include research and development programme Made at Home, for mid-career theatremakers to “experiment and explore” ideas and collaborations. There will also be further residencies for directors in partnership with the JMK Trust, while visiting artists will give workshops and skills training as part of a scheme called Artist Connect. Home will also host two theatre festivals as part of the programme: Orbit, focused on “exciting and critically acclaimed” shows from Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and Push, which aims to “shine a light” on up-and-coming regional talent. He explained: “The T1 Commission is a one of a kind pilot project that will provide a unique opportunity to create work for our stage in Theatre 1. Made at Home will allow theatremakers to experiment free from the pressure of public performance,...
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