THIS IS A FREE EVENT
The Tron and the Gaiety are offering One to One online sessions with arts professionals and friends of the Tron. These will be advice sessions and a chance to pick the brains of arts professionals from different specialisms in a safe space. This month welcomes director Lu Kemp.
This month’s slots are specifically for directors and theatre makers and Lu will be able to offer advice on projects, collaboration, careers and directing in general then do get in touch and book in a slot.
Please note these are one off sessions, each session is 50 minutes. There is only one slot per session but a waiting list will be available. Each practitioner will be doing dates with both the Tron and the Gaiety so if our dates are sold then do head over to the Tron website to see what else is available.
Lu is the Artistic Director of Perth Theatre, Scotland. She is an award-winning theatre director and dramaturg with a distinctive reputation for her work in new writing, physical theatre and dance.
Lu is an Associate Artist with the internationally renowned company Inspector Sands, for whom created and directed The Lounge (subsequently adapted and toured by the Riksteatern – National Theatre of Sweden), Mass Observation (Almeida), and If That’s All There Is (which won the Edinburgh International Festival Fringe Award 2009). For Perth Theatre her work includes Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, Kes by Robert Alan Evans, Six Inches of Top Soil and the Fact it Rains by Kieran Hurley, Shakespeare’s Richard III, Knives in Hens by David Harrower and Aladdin. As a freelance director her work she has worked for The Citizens, The Royal Lyceum Theatre, The National Theatre of Scotland, Artangel, The Tricycle, Almeida and The Royal Shakespeare Company.
Lu has worked as a dramaturg for both theatre and dance companies including Dance Xchange Birmingham, Rambert, Sadler’s Wells and The Place in the UK, and de Stilte Dance in the Netherlands.
Lu began her career as the Scottish Arts Council Trainee Theatre Director at TAG, Citizens Theatre. She later trained on the LEM at Lecoq, Paris, and with Anne Bogart’s SITI Company, New York.£0.00