The Stage Door is an online mentorship programme for children in the art of cabaret. Kids will be encouraged to use their own ideas, as well as their own awareness and concerns about their lives and the world they live in, to create original, bold and satirical performances.

ŻiguŻajg Festival 2020
8 years +

Performance / Arts / Skills

4 x 20-40 mins

English

Online

This event is available to view from 20 November

Song writing (20 mins)
Script writing (20 mins)
Tap Dancing (37 mins)
Costumes (37 mins)

The Stage Door is an online mentorship programme for children in the art of cabaret. Kids will be encouraged to use their own ideas, as well as their own awareness and concerns about their lives and the world they live in, to create original, bold and satirical performances.

The programme includes step-by-step tutorials in directing, scriptwriting, songwriting, dance choreography, costumes and props. By the end of the programme, participants will have all the necessary tools to create their own fun and original cabaret show from home.

The Stage Door huwa programm ta’ konsulenza online għat-tfal fl-arti tal-cabaret. It-tfal se jitħeġġu jużaw l-ideat, it-tħassib u l-għarfien tagħhom stess dwar ħajjithom u d-dinja li jgħixu fiha, biex joħolqu wirjiet oriġinali, kuraġġużi u satiriċi.

Il-programm jinkludi tutorials pass pass fid-direzzjoni, kitba ta’ skripts, kitba ta’ kanzunetti, koreografija taż-żfin u kostumi u props. Sa tmiem il-programm it-tfal se jkollhom l-għodda kollha meħtieġa biex joħolqu l-ispettaklu tagħhom ta’ cabaret oriġinali mid-dar.

Director: Nicole Cuschieri
Script Writing Workshop: Veronica Stivala
Song Writing Workshop: Alex Vella Gregory
Tap Dance Workshop: Caroline Curmi
Costume and Props Workshop: Isabel Warrington
Actors: Joseph Zammit, Clara Agius, Maxime Durand
Production Designer: Maxime Durand
Assistant Director: Beppe Abela
Director of Photography: Ben Borg Cardona @ Pineapple Media
Editor: Roger Zammit Pineapple Media
Hair/Makeup: Karen Schembri Grima
Main Visual Illustration: Julian “Julinu” Mallia