Standard Chartered Youth Creative Industry Employment Scheme - Theatre and Technical Arts
The theatre and technical arts strand of the Standard Chartered Youth Creative Industry Employment Scheme is overseen by Lindsey McAlister, theatre director, scriptwriter and Founder of Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation, and leads participating actors and technical artists to develop and stage a Cantonese-language theatrical piece. During the four to six months paid training and touring period, the piece will be presented at 30 local schools to offer high-quality theatrical experiences for over 3,000 students. The strand helps participants gain important professional and technical skills and boost their leadership and communication skills by facilitating post-performance workshops for students.
Online application opens: 8 November 2021
Application deadline: 6pm (Hong Kong time) 3 December 2021
25/11/2021, 26/11/2021, 27/11/2021, 27/11/2021
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