Routes In is an informative talk and Q & A led by arts organisations. This online event provides insight into the professional development opportunities and initiatives organisations have to offer to creatives and arts professionals, how they operate and if relevant, how to approach them with productions or projects. Each session focuses on one organisation led by their Artistic Director, Executive Director (or Executive Producer) and/or in-house Producer and any relevant staff.
Attendees will be required to submit their questions in advance and will also be able to submit additional follow up questions live, using the online chat.
Dates, Times & Location
Date: 2nd Nov 2021
Duration: 1 hour and 15 minutes
Clint Dyer: Deputy Artistic Director
Nina Steiger: Head of Play Development.
About National Theatre
At the National, we make world-class theatre that is entertaining, challenging and inspiring. And we make it for everyone. We aim to reach the widest possible audience, to be open, inclusive and diverse, and as national as possible.
We stage a broad range of productions in London and tour extensively across the UK. Our international activity puts some of the nation’s leading artists on the world stage, with productions playing on Broadway and touring across the globe.
What will be covered?
- Clint Dyer, Deputy Artistic Director and Nina Steiger, Head of Play Development at National Theatre will talk about the oppotunities available to creatives at their theatre, how they employ creatives, how they select new plays to produce and how and when to get in touch.
What will you need?
- A device to access Zoom.
Will I need to prepare anything before starting?
Who is this event suited to?
Anyone over the age of 18 years interested in working at the National Theatre.
Is the session interactive?
No. However there will be an opportunity to submit questions during the Q & A through the online chat.
Will the session have live captioning?
Yes, we can provide live captioning if requested when you book, providing you book at least 5 working days in advance.
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