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Register by Friday 13 March (T1 Wk 7)
$120 + $8.95 booking fee
Tuesday 28 April (T2, W1)
5pm – 7pm (120mins)
Movement - Creator and performer of FEMME, Erin Fowler will lead teachers through a number of creative processes and ideas connected to FEMME such as creating movement to voiceover text and other creative stimuli. Erin will also discuss how to help students develop and connect to a character in dance, considerations of artist and audience safety in creating personal/autobiographical work, and how to develop an authentic physicality that can give depth and layers to theatrical dance sequences.
Thursday 30 April (T2, W1)
Winner of Best Dance in the Adelaide Fringe 2019, and having just completed performances in Reykjavik, Edinburgh and Stockholm, FEMME is one woman's search for self in a world of gender and sexual conditioning. FEMME explores concepts of femininity and female sexuality, the female body, the gender roles we conform to, or break against, and what it means to be powerful in a largely masculine dominant culture.
The Bridge of San Luis Rey
Monday 6 July (July School Holidays)
5pm-7pm (120 mins)
In Conversation – The creative team from Brink come together to talk about the process of adapting the Pulitzer Prize-winning story into a work of music and theatre. This is an amazing opportunity to get some insight into how a show is made and learn from some of Australia’s most renowned creativities.
Monday 13 July (July School Holidays)
In this thrilling reimagining of Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer-winning novel, Adelaide’s celebrated Brink Productions brings their unique theatricality to a daisy chain of stories and coincidence that leads to five strange to meet their fate.
Wednesday 19 August (T3, W5)
5pm – 7pm (120mins)
Up Close with the Circa – In this exclusive opportunity you will meet some of the creative team and acrobats from Circa, they will talk about how a show comes together and the skills needed to be a physical theatre performer. There will be the opportunity to ask questions and discuss the themes explored in Humans, in preparation for seeing the show.
Thursday 20 August (T3, W5)
Ten acrobats from award-winning contemporary circus ensemble Circa take us on a stirring journey of what it means to be human and how our bodies, our connections and our aspirations all form part of who we are.
It has been interesting to hear about process and how that often relates to our own process in the classroom... I have taken this back to my students as a way of connecting professional work with what they do. Teacher Subscriber (2018)