Creating, producing and marketing contemporary independent stage performance – workshop


PAGE2STAGE workshop
with Penny Ashton ‘Creating, producing and marketing contemporary independent stage performance, with a view to touring locally and internationally’

Learn how to translate your ideas from “concept through to execution”. Producing your performance on zero-budgets, and marketing to your audience: working smarter not harder.

. Creating, producing and marketing contemporary independent stage performance

Thursday 25 September 7-9pm

As a part of Page2Stage Programme 2014 Printable Reality offers six extraordinary 2 hour workshops @ TAPAC.
Workshops are free for P2S participants and open to general public.
Workshops are suitable for people interested in writing, performance, poetry, theatre

Sign up for all six workshops package and get invited to 4 additional workshops held by our mentors ! – student unwaged $90 (save $30 ), waged $120 (save $60 ).

Individual workshops – student, unwaged $20, waged $30.

book tickets @ TAPAC website or by emailing

Penny Ashton Penny Ashton has performed over 500 solo shows and toured all over the world from Edinburgh to Adelaide to Edmonton to Singapore to Stewart Island. She has won numerous awards including Best Performance in a Comedy at the Auckland Fringe 2013 and best performance by an International Poet at the London Farrago Awards and been nominated for four Best NZ Female Comedienne nominations, three Adelaide Fringe People’s Choice nominations and Best Ricky Martin Rewrite at the Winnipeg Fringe 2007. Penny has represented New Zealand in Theatresports and Performance Poetry and has performed by invitation at The Glastonbury Festival. She has to eat and so has numerous fingers in numerous pies including poet, MC, comedienne, social commentator, TV presenter, Voice over artist, improviser, Wedding Celebrant and all around show-off. In her career Penny has created numerous solo shows and also group long form improv shows, which she produces, markets and tour manages herself.

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