White Rabbit Coaching
In addition to producing several shows each season, White Rabbit is reaching further into the community - the global community - to offer a variety of practical and theory-based workshops to coach, energize and connect performers and writers both in person and online.
What We Offer
Character Development - Level 1
An introduction into individual personality traits, character relationships and behaviour in given scenarios. This course is directed towards those developing a character which has been written by a playwright as well as those who are looking to create their own characters. Though the most benefit is derived from attending all five sessions in the pack, each session is also designed to be a stand-alone session.
Character Development - Level 2
Building on the work done in the Character Development Level 1 course, this course looks more indepth at how character traits work together to create deep, well-rounded characters. Unlike Level 1, this course does not have the option of taking single sessions. In order to provide development and growth for participants, the course is only offered as a package of 6 sessions and is open to participants who have completed at least 3 of the Level 1 workshop sessions.
Whether you have a particular monologue in mind that you’d like to explore, or you’re looking for new material, this practical-based, group coaching series of workshops focuses on interpreting and delivering a variety of stage (and screen) monologues which are provided by both the instructor and other participants.
Writing for Character
Whether you prefer to write narrative, dialogue, script or novel, this workshop series is open to fiction writers of all kinds. The focus on the course is character-driven storytelling, looking at how building solid characters can allow you to let the characters create the plot themselves. As Stephen King says, “Put interesting characters in difficult situations, and write to find out what happens.” Though the most benefit is derived from attending all five sessions in the