November 16th at 7pm, Adrienne Steer, Props Mistress & Key Grip extraordinaire is going to be presenting a workshop on props & gripping.
Adrienne has been doing props for theatre companies including Guelph Little Theatre, Kitchener-Waterloo Little Theatre, and TenBareToes Entertainment for shows such as Titus Andronicus, Of Mice and Men, You Can’t Take it With You and Dangerous Liaisons. Never one to shy away from a challenge, she has most recently figured out what to do with a couch that doesn’t fit through any doors and how to make a lute that can actually play. Some of her favourite moments have included finding the perfect bean-free recipe for beans, filling rats with blood, and creating a pair of severed hands.
If you’ve ever wanted to play real life tetris, know what to feed an actor who is allergic to anything, or to figure out just how much you can do with paper mache, then join us for this introduction to props and gripping!
We have had confirmation of location – we’ll be in Hagey Hall, Room 373, at the University of Waterloo (there’s parking near the building – coin operated machines. “H-Lot” – the parking lot right across Ring Road from Hagey – runs $3 for entry). If you need directions, just let me know
If you are interested in participating in this workshop, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Spots are limited and will be on a first come-first served basis – we’ve already started to get takers for this, so get your spot quickly!