Theatre Development Programme
Theatre Development Programme ©

AccessPath Productions

Introduction to Participatory Arts and Inclusive Classroom Pedagogies - A Theatre for Development Training

This pilot programme by EnCre8 is created in collaboration with the British Council and in partnership with Singapore International Foundation.

Co-led by Jodi-Alissa Bickerton from GRAEAE THEATRE COMPANY (UK's leading Disability Arts theatre company, pioneering accessibility in world class theatre) and Grace Lee-Khoo from ACCESS PATH PRODUCTIONS (Singapore's creative organisation, championing equal access to the arts), this introductory course promises to transform your experience of performance making through the disability arts lens. 

Crafted for teachers and educators in the field of arts making with D/deaf and disabled communities, this bespoke programme designed with an international and home ground perspective will impact the foundation of your practices. 

This programme is conducted through a series of workshops and webinars by Singapore and UK practitioners in 2 phases. In Phase 1, you will be introduced to concepts, practices and will engage in group work over 5 weeks. In Phase 2, Jodi will join us in Singapore for an intensive 5 day workshop. 

Details of the workshop can be found here: https://accesspathproductions.com/2019/09/07/a-theatre-for-development-programme/

 

About Jodie-Alissa Bickerton, Graeae Theatre

Jodi-Alissa Bickerton is the Creative Learning Director at Graeae Theatre Company, the UK’s flagship disabled-led theatre company artistically led by JennySealey MBE. Jodi-Alissa trained in Contemporary Arts (Drama and Film) at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia and performed and produced shows in Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Melbourne Fringe Festivals before working as an arts leader with learning disabled young people and adults in transition, further education and care settings.  

At Graeae, Jodi leads on the strategic vision and creative delivery of the company's training and learning programmes for D/deaf and disabled artists, children and young people.

www.graeae.org

 

About Grace Khoo, AccessPath Production

A UK-trained applied theatre practitioner, GRACE completed her Master’s Degree in Applied Theatre at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in 2016. An Honours graduate from the National University of Singapore’s Theatre Studies programme in 2009, she also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Education from the National Institute of Education (Singapore).  In 2017, Grace was International Artist-in-residence at Graeae Theatre Company (London) – UK’s flagship disability-led inclusive theatre company.

A director, performer, dramaturg and producer, Grace’s most recent high profile project is ‘And Suddenly I disappear: The Singapore-UK ‘d’ Monologues’ where she served as associate producer and performer. The international production about disability, diversity and difference between the 2 countries premiered in Singapore, opened at the Southbank Centre in London and toured the U.K. in 2018.

www.accesspathproductions.com