Learn with London Playwrights is a series of podcast style lectures, resources, and workshops covering all things theatre related! Whether you’ve never studied theatre, want to brush up on your Brecht, or just want to learn something new, Learn with London Playwrights is for everyone!
In the series, we’ll be diving into a wide variety of subjects from key playwrights to theatre styles to industry advice (Read all the details here!).
The second session in the series will arrive on the members site on 1st June and will cover…
Known as ‘the musical that defined a generation’ – with its
pop-rock score and diversity of cast and storytelling, Rent became a
revolutionary force on Broadway when it opened in 1995. Helping to change the face of musicals as we know them, for many musical theatre writers and fans alike, Rent was their way into theatre or the show that made them fall in love with the genre. In its representation of minority groups its foregrounding of LGBTQ+ characters, it was for its time, a huge shift
in a mostly white, straight musical theatre landscape.
How to take part: to access the podcast and downloadable handout, simply head over to the Learn with London Playwrights page on the members site on or after 1st June. (not a member yet? Find out more and join here!)
Zoom Workshop: if you like what you see in the online resources and want to take the discussion further, we’ll be also running a Zoom session on the topic as a double bill with Angels in America. Tickets are FREE for members to celebrate the launch of Learn with London Playwrights. The session takes place on Sunday June 27th 2021 at 4pm-6pm and you can book your spot here.
Find out all about the series here.
Sign up to become a member here.
Is there something you’d like to see us cover in the series