While The Passenger and A Christmas Carol toured to schools in the eastern half of the country last week, The Frankenstein Project team moved to Lincolnshire and Kent to complete the first round of school visits. Over 200 students from Years 9-11 have now taken part in workshops led by Michael Wicherek, David Ajao and Aryana Rankhalawon, and have been actively engaged in the exciting process of adapting Mary Shelley’s novel for the stage. They’ve been learning how to bring a scene to life by creating tension and atmosphere, as well as developing their own skills as actors and directors. It’s been a fantastic experience for all of us and we’re really looking forward to hearing all their new ideas when we return in the next two weeks!
“I would like to say that the workshop was amazing and it was one of the best experiences I have had!” Year 10 student, Wigan and St Helens
“Brilliant opportunity! Thank you. So lovely to see the students gaining in confidence over the morning.” Head of Drama, Lincolnshire