Young Agitators' Projects
29 young people have been working together for 33 days since May 2020 till now, forging a community, caring for each other & questioning this new world.
In the digital space they have investigated that which makes up every department of our theatre; spending time with the staff of the Royal Court and some of our freelance artists.
Witnessed different dramaturgical processes
Jumped into the processes of every artist who made seven methods of killing kylie Jenner
Engaged in and with the questions that writers and artists at the Royal Court ask of themselves
Became immersed in a Zoom carousel of joy
Got wrapped up in one another’s stories
Owned the online space
Now the Young Agitators have broken free of the tiny squares of Zoom to crack open a new conversation about who makes theatre and whose narratives need to be shared right now in this moment … this is just the beginning …
For their projects the Young Agitators spent time digitally with Royal Court staff and freelance artists to learn more about their fields of expertise. Working with the artists who worked on Jasmine Lee-Jones’s play seven methods of killing kylie jenner they used this production as a case study, to explore process and engage in robust and creative forum discussions with key creatives.
The intention through the Young Agitators strand of work is to agitate ideas and interrogate new processes.
Freelance artists included;
Jessica Hung Han Yun
Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti
Jasmine Lee Jones
Adrian David Paul