Megan Griffith — Scene Study Relationship Dynamics, Class and Comedic Potential in Yasmina Reza’s The God of Carnage


In this 2.5 hour scene study ses­sion led by dir­ect­or Megan Marie Grif­fith actors will ana­lyse, rehearse, per­form, be dir­ec­ted and receive feed­back, bring­ing 6 pages of text to life.

Using a vari­ety of meth­ods, from “table” script ana­lys­is and “on your feet” script work to games and impro­visa­tion, the ses­sion will focus on bring­ing char­ac­ters to life, cre­at­ing com­plex rela­tion­ship dynam­ics and find­ing the fun in Yas­mina Reza’s sharp comedy about par­ent­ing, mar­riage, class, culture.

Megan Marie Grif­fith is a theatre dir­ect­or, pro­du­cer, and cur­at­or based in Manchester. She is the Artist­ic Dir­ect­or of Girl Gang Manchester, a fem­in­ist cre­at­ive col­lect­ive spe­cial­ising in exper­i­en­tial work. Megan has worked across a range of genres and styles includ­ing with new writ­ing, devis­ing, ver­batim, site spe­cif­ic, immers­ive, prom­en­ade, spoken word, comedy and move­ment. Her dir­ect­ing cred­its include Con­tact, Paines Plough Round­about, 24:7 Theatre Fest­iv­al, The Royal Exchange, Oldham Coli­seum, The Lowry Studio and Hope Mill Theatre, JB Shorts and ICAT.


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