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Open Source theatre needs YOU

In Uncategorized on January 16, 2011 at 6:16 pm

Open Call Interactive Theatre needs YOU


Open Source Theatre Company wants to find some new people to
discuss, play, learn, meet, act and think with.

We’re doing a project with This Collection and Tollcross Community Centre’s Adult Learning Project called “Property and Theft” this March: it’s an interactive theatre project about daily life in a decaying capitalist society. But we need some more collaborators for it

So we thought we’d run a totally open and totally free workshop in interactive theatre in order to make some new friends. We’ll talk about some of the ideas behind interactive theatre, do some exercises, play some games, run around a bit, and plant the seeds of something new.

Come along if you’re interested in collaborating, or if you’re not sure but it sounds like you might be, or if you just want to explore the ideas of interactive theatre. You won’t be making a commitment: this is a way of meeting people and sharing ideas.

It’s 5.30 – 7.30pm
in Bristo Hall
(upstairs at the Forest, 3 Bristo Place, Edinburgh)
on Tuesday 25th January

Interested e-mail Harry Giles: harry.lodestone[at]
if you’re planning to come
or if you’re interested in the project but can’t come that day
(e-mail us anyway: we want to hear from you)
and please forward this call-out to anyone you think might be interested

Open Source Theatre is a loose collective specialising in interactive political theatre expeiments: we’ve performed at places like the Soho Theatre, London, the streets of Essex, the Byre Theatre, St Andrews, and the Forest, of course. For information about us and our projects, see our blog.


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