With the 'Behind the Scenes Courses' organized by Bornova Municipality City Theater (BBŞT) for those who are curious about how to work behind the scenes, the 'Dramatic Writing for Adults' courses, which are prepared to encourage writing and will take place online, are starting. The application deadline for citizens over the age of 18 who want to benefit from the trainings to be given by the professional staff of the Bornova Municipality City Theater (BBŞT) is October 22, 2021.
Continuing its cultural and artistic activities within the scope of the pandemic measures it has taken, Bornova Municipality City Theater has completed its preparations for the 2021-2022 course season.
Trainees who want to learn about the business by participating in 'Backstage Courses' will receive training in areas such as costumes, decor, accessories, sound and light. During the theater season, he will be able to experience the training he received in BBŞT's plays, while participating in theoretical and applied streams on backstage works. Selections will be held at Uğur Mumcu Culture and Art Center for the trainings that theater enthusiasts over the age of 18 can attend.
In the 'Dramatic Writing' training, which is prepared to encourage writing, lessons will be given on topics such as playwriting techniques, creating situations and events, creating dialogue, personification, stage and short play writing experiments. The training will be held live over the internet. The courses, which will start on November 2, will be held for 2 hours every Tuesday, while the writer candidates participating in the course will receive a total of 24 hours of training by expert trainers. Registration is limited to quota.
Theater lovers who want to benefit from the courses can visit bbst.bornova.bel.tr. You can get information and apply online.
We train young artists
Stating that they contribute to the cultural life of the city with the events and courses they organize, Bornova Mayor Dr. Mustafa İduğ said, “We make future generations love art, and we train young artists with the courses we organize. Just like the front of the stage, the backstage is also very important in the theatre. While teaching this to those who are curious about the kitchen of the theater, we also want to provide opportunities for those who want to be writers.”