Dutch Courtesan Rehearsal Workshop & Public Reading, 23 February 2019
Robert Gill Theatre, 214 College Street, Toronto, ON M5T2Z9
Workshop 10AM-5PM; Public Reading 7PM-9PM
Smiling Girl, A Courtesan, Holding an Obscene image. Gerrit van Honthorst (1625). Courtesy SLAM Online collections, Friends Fund, CC0 1.0
This workshop invites scholars and actors to test out a variety of approaches to The Dutch Courtesan in a collaborative rehearsal process. During the day, actors from the upcoming PLS/CDTPS production of John Marston’s The Dutch Courtesan will work with scholars and dramaturges in an informal rehearsal, discussing the play’s themes and context and testing out ideas and suggestions on our feet. In the evening, we will present a free, open staged reading of a (very) abridged version of the play, and a discussion with the audience of its action and themes, and their relevance to Toronto now.
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