The SameSkin program will resume for 2014 on Saturday 1 February from 10am-12pm and Thursday 6 February from 1-3pm every week until the end of November at the Space in North Lakes.
Workshops will include acting, dance, music making, improvisation and stagecraft and will be run by our Artistic Director, Angela Witcher with contributions from a variety of talented and experienced artists.
These workshops are suitable for people aged 15+ with and without disabilities who want to learn new techniques, make friends and have fun creating theatre.
Classes cost just $15 for two hours and there are discounts if you pay for multiple sessions. If you need support or assistance during the workshop your support worker is welcome to accompany you and join in too.
We will be working at a fabulous new venue ‘The Space’ in the Corso, North Lakes, where we have use of the brand new black box theatre so it is a great opportunity to learn in a professional environment.
For more information call Angela on 0499 002 989.
InsideOutside Theatre Company is collaborating with the YMCA on a new hard-hitting youth production – Blind Drunk, which will be performed on the South East QLD festival circuit in 2014 and also tour schools and community centres in the region.
Inspired by the true-life story of Ebony Dunsworth who was killed at just 16 when she got into a car with a drunken youth, this play will explore the effect of one bad decision on an entire community.
Initial workshops for actors, dancers, choreographers, musicians and DJs aged 15+ are being held at The Space, Northlakes on 14 or 16 January from 10am-2pm. Visit our production page for more information.
To get involved and book a place please Email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
“I think we’ve all grown up with the idea that it’s just a quaint thing that Aussies get up to in their spare time. And I’m not saying that it isn’t. But the ugliness of it is something that we put aside as being funny or just one of those things that happens when you drink alcohol. I think that’s the thing that we’ve got to be speaking about – that, that we’re more brutalised by the effect of alcohol, rather than entertained by it.” Judge Frank Gucciardo