Both Conservatory Rep projects are self-produced by the students. We gave them a director, a space and $200. They had to do everything else.
Actors must get people to see their work in order to build their career. It is often necessary for a group of artists to get together and produce their own show. This is a way for their work to be seen by agents, casting directors and other industry professionals. We want to empower our graduates to produce their own work, so we have challenged them to do that here in the Conservatory Rep.
They borrowed, built, and created everything you see on the stage. They collaborated with young designers who are all looking to introduce their work to the industry. We want our students to know that they don’t have to wait for someone to give them permission to create.