When a team comes together, they need to start a collaborative process that will ensure they will perform outstandingly. This programme uses principles from the performing arts where teams have to reach this level of performance in a concentrated period. It reflects the pressures of creative production in times of tight deadlines.
The Producers is a highly interactive, enjoyable experience over two days in which people make and take part in producing a short play or film.
The event is designed for an existing team who want to make a shift in their ability to collaborate effectively or a brand new team early in its formation.
Through attending these event participants will:
The play is then performed in front of
an invited audience, ideally in a professional theatre in the West End. Alternatively the short film is shown to the company.
The number of days and participants will be agreed during the initial consultation.
The Producers is available as an Open Course in New Delhi only.
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