503Studio: How To Produce Your Work On Digital Platforms
Lockdown across the UK has seen many Theatre organisations shift to producing their work digitally. As well as opening up new possibilities in the way work is made and increasing its reach and accessibility, digital creation also comes with its own sets of challenges. This session will offer an introduction to producing your work on a series of digital platforms. You will hear from experts in podcasting, livestreaming as well as practical insights from the 503 team building on their own experience of delivering digital work.
Theatre503’s How To… are Pay What You Can, thanks to DCMS Cultural Recovery Fund and our Share The Drama scheme.
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Running time: 2 hours – delivered online
Chris Hogg is a playwright who lives in Brighton. He is lecturer in Creative and Social Media at Royal Holloway where he presently teaches screenwriting.
In 2018 he was selected as one of Theatre503’s 503Five, and in that same year wrote: Rathband: A Digital Tragedy, which won Best BBC Online/Podcast-Only Audio Drama 2018.
During lockdown Chris released a Podcast Drama called Cassie & Corey, which was developed at his time at Theatre503. The drama went on to become ‘New and Noteworthy’ on iTunes.
Chris is also a member of National Centre for Immersive Storytelling: StoryFutures Academy, a centre which aims to help writers move into working in VR & AR. Through this, Chris has produced an eight part podcast series as an introduction into Writing and Producing Digital Immersive Stories.
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