Young people in our classes delight in creating theatrical stories, using their voice, bodies and creative minds. They grow in confidence, skills and ability to communicate. Our students are invited to participate and audition for children’s and youth theatre productions.
We live in the western suburbs but wouldn’t hesitate sending our children to this workshop again.
My son loves it. The level of confidence it has given him has been awesome.
The perfect introduction to live performance for children.
How will theatre, and all live performance, stand up in a global century, in a digital future? Young people will have a lot to say on that.
We spend so much of our time, and rightly so, thinking about finance, the economy, the state of the world. But a story has the power to go beyond that, to imagine a kind of world we aspire to, to think about how we relate to each other and to think in another’s shoes. A story speaks to our better angels. When you tell a story you’re listening as others have done since human kind began.
A cross generational music theatre project
Saturday 14 November 2020
Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace, Cremorne
Recommended age 12+
MSTYP acknowledges the Traditional Owners, the Gayamaygal, Garigal and the Wallamedegal and their Country on which we operate. We show our respect to all Aboriginal people. We acknowledge their Elders in the past and in the present, and acknowledge the spirits and ancestors of those that lived in our area.