Presented By The Arts House



What do we remember? How do we capture our memories? Come free your imagination in Remember When: From Memories to Monologue, a creative writing workshop guiding you to remember, reflect and map your memories.
Conceptualised and facilitated by theatre director and drama educator Jeffrey Tan, no prior writing or acting experience is required for this workshop and it is suitable for seniors from all walks of life. 
Through a series of eight practical workshops, Remember When will guide you to capture precious moments and aspirations, and transform these life memories to monologues.
This programme is open to the general public and is recommended for seniors aged 55 and above.

*Taster session tickets available at $10 - $12. Participants who have enjoyed the taster session and wish to purchase tickets for the remaining sessions may do so after the taster session. The prices are $40 (PG) and $48 (Standard). Pioneer Generation card must be produced for verification purposes when purchasing Pioneer Generation tickets.
*Sessions 5 and 7 are optional.

In eight sessions, you will learn:
Session 1: Introduction to creative writing / How to capture your memories
2 Jul 2019 | 2pm – 5pm | Living Room
* Taster Session tickets available 
Session 2: Stories about my name
9 Jul 2019 | 2pm – 5pm | Living Room
Session 3: Tensions in drama / Writing dialogues in monologues
16 Jul 2019 | 2pm – 5pm | Living Room
Session 4: Visualising the stage / Sound and lights in the scene
23 Jul 2019 | 2pm – 5pm | Living Room
Session 5: Reading of the first draft
29 Jul 2019 | 2pm – 5pm | Play Den
* Optional
Session 6: Editing and rehearsal
30 Jul 2019 | 2pm – 5pm | Play Den 
Session 7: Site rehearsal
5 Aug 2019 | 2pm – 5pm | Play Den 
* Optional
Session 8: Show and tell
5 Aug 2019 | 7pm – 10pm | Play Den


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