Students attending a performance can also participate in free workshops. These outcomes-based programs deepen student learning across the curriculum and facilitate collaboration with artists and practitioners.
Join renowned Australian choreographer Gideon Obarzarnek and dancers from One Infinity in this workshop for dance students to explore the technique that underpins the performance.
Date: Fri 8 Feb 1pm
Location: In school
Tai Chi workshop
Experience the calm and focus of Tai Chi and learn the basic movements of this ancient and meditative martial arts practice that inspired One Infinity. Presented by a martial arts specialist from the Confucius Institute at UWA.
Dates: To be confirmed with teachers
Venue: In school
The Magic Flute
‘Intellectual discussion is not what the rehearsal is about … it’s the doing and the playing’ says Barrie Kosky. Engage your students in the excitement of doing and playing in this interactive workshop that explores approaches to design and theatre making processes, drawing on Kosky’s operatic aesthetic. Students will work with a director and designer from WAAPA to discover the theatrical potential of any text.
Date: Tue 26, Wed 27 & Thu 28 Feb
Time: To be confirmed with teachers
Location: In school
Wot? No Fish!!
Stories exist in the most curious places. Theatre-maker and educator Danny Braverman will lead students through an interactive and instructive workshop that explores how to go about creating a compelling story with unexpected materials.
Date: Fri 22 Feb 1pm
Location: Blue Room Theatre
Workshop spaces are limited and must be booked online through the School Booking Request Form. Bookings are not guaranteed until confirmed by Perth Festival. Workshops linked to a performance are only available to schools that have booked tickets to that performance. Times and dates are subject to confirmation and can be negotiated to fit with school timetables.
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