Footprint Theatre is running its annual Film School in the April School Holidays. Head on over to their website for details…
Coming to Bega’s Funhouse Studio in Seniors Week Saturday 4 March 2017 at 3pm or 7pm – don’t miss this show!
ALL THIS LIVING! is a solo theatre piece written and performed by Camilla Blunden
Dates: Workshop begins Thursday 2 February 2017 and will run for 3 Thursdays initially – if there is sufficient interest, it will continue during school terms.
- Time: 5.30 – 7.30pm
- Venue: Bega Valley Regional Learning Centre (former Auswide Building) Cabarita Place Merimbula
- Cost: $20 per 2 hour session
- Ages 16 to adult
- Tutor: Lis Shelley
- Minimum enrolment: 6 (enrol with a friend!)
- Topics: movement, voice techniques, breathing techniques, relaxation, improvisation basics and short scripted scenes, masks, techniques for improving confidence
- Prerequisite: No previous experience necessary!
- More details here. To book your place, please contact us via our online form or call 6495 7435.
2017 DIRECTING WORKSHOP SERIES
Saturdays 21 January & 4 February 2017 in Merimbula
For ages 16+
Always wanted to direct but don’t know where to start? Or directed something already, but like some more techniques in your toolkit?
StageFlight students held their annual performance at Pambula Town Hall on 20 September 2016 with a student-devised production of Wonderland.
Based loosely on scenes from Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland”, the students reworked some of the characters, devised new dialogue, deleted Alice, added an extra Mad Hatter and an obsessed Teapot, and used puppetry, poi dancing a dash of hip hop to create their own magical world.
Video backdrops, music and some clever shadow work added to the scenes, which included the Cheshire Cat, the Queen’s Croquet Match and a March Hare’s Tea Party.
Afterwards, StageFlight hosted a real life tea party to celebrate the students’ achievements with family and friends.
The students, aged from 8 to 16 years from all over the Bega Valley, attend after-school drama classes at Pambula Town Hall with Director Lis Shelley.
This year the students enjoyed workshops with guest tutors, including puppeteer and poi dancer Ruth Pieloor from Canberra, hip-hop teacher Cayce Hill from Tathra and theatrical costume designer Robyn Whitby from Bus Stop Costumes in Pambula, and it was great to see it all come together so well.