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D&D Roadshow 2013 - BRIGHTON

Can we afford to do ensemble work?

Zoe Bouras - 9 September 2013

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Starting with the obvious stuff -
money difficulties when there is a large group of people involved in a project

Is only solution to:
go outside
big, unticketed events
open to public
- so justifiable to funders?

Is it a privilege to have a big company?
(Yes)
?

When do we get to work on a large(r) canvas?
(I feel recently like I'm corner into the miniatures market)


Do we need to self fund ongoing meetings of ensembles
& get occasional project funding?

Is this where we need to be ‘devoted’?
is unpaid work necessary?
we need this devotion not to be exploited

musicians & dancers self fund ongoing training & meeting
do actors need to do so more?

ensemble work is made/experienced more by young performers
& works well as a support structure
good for development of the performer
community creating
can this aspect be expanded to create new ensembles which are experienced & professional

ensemble allows for larger scale projects - a larger canvas
benefit for audience can be a different experience from many small-mid scale shows



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