Dan Rebellato, writer, lecturer and former Head of Drama and Theatre at Royal Holloway, University of London asks, “When you’ve taught theatre, what have you learned about theatre?”
Teaching is hard. In this episode we look at how teaching at university, alongside peers, and in workshops has forced us to try and articulate our own processes better – how do you get to a place where you understand what you’re doing well enough to make that useful for someone else? And how do you help someone who doesn’t want to do things the way you do them?
As non zero one turns 10, we asked eight people who have been part of our journey to pose us a question. We reflect on lessons we’ve learned from collaborators, mentors, and unexpected places, focusing on a different question in each 20-minute episode. Music by James Bulley.