DramaSoc

The University of Canterbury Drama Society Incorporated

We're a student society, that doubles as a theatre company, with almost 100 years of experience running shows, festivals, and general hi-jinks. We aim to produce quality shows, promote a safe space to give theatre a go, and support drama and performing arts in the wider Christchurch community.


DramaSoc AGM 2018
Sep
29
1:00 PM13:00

DramaSoc AGM 2018

This is your chance to join the Club Exec

The AGM is the most important event of the year, giving you the opportunity to be filled in on what has been happening throughout the year and the financial situation of the club, to have your say regarding changes to the constitution, and to run for Committee positions in 2019.

Refreshments will be provided.

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A Day 2 Play
Jul
27
to Jul 28

A Day 2 Play

  • DW1, Jack Mann Auditorium (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

DramaSoc's very own play competition that gives you 24 hours to write, workshop, learn and perfect an original piece of theatre before putting it on stage is back! Whether you're a theatre veteran who could learn a script with your eyes closed, or a brand new, bushy-tailed performer who wants to give it a go, this is the event for you.

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DramaSoc UN-MIC-ED
Jun
2
1:00 PM13:00

DramaSoc UN-MIC-ED

Are you looking for an opportunity to demo your premier audition monologue, to put the 'God' in 'The Godfather', to thoroughly slaughter some Monty Python, or to escape from study for a couple hours? Then you're in the right place.

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3SOME Auditions
Apr
21
to Apr 22

3SOME Auditions

  • Jack Mann Auditorium - DW1 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Come and audition to be a part of 3SOME 2018, we have three awesome original scripts for people to sink their teeth into. Auditionees will be able to look over the scripts in the audition waiting room and let us know which characters they're interested in.

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Rehearsed Reading Workshop with Edward Bijl
Dec
12
10:30 AM10:30

Rehearsed Reading Workshop with Edward Bijl

One of the best ways for a writer to hear the play is through a rehearsed reading. These can often be a good way for trained actors to make a few extra dollars on the side and be a part of the creative process in developing a script. The two hour workshop will centre around the process of developing text for a rehearsed reading, making strong character choices, and bringing as much to the text as possible. 

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Hate Mail
Oct
2
to Oct 11

Hate Mail

When a snow-globe breaks in transit, the reulting request for a refund leads to lawsuits, love and a spot of casual thievery. The entitled Preston Dennis Jr. finally meets his match in the angst-ridden artist, Dahlia Markle.

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