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DATES FOR OUR NEXT HIT THE STAGE!
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Tim Bray Productions,
Auckland’s leading theatre for children, presents:
‘HIT THE STAGE!’
A 5-day creative escape for children and teenagers
Dates: Monday 17th–Friday 21st July 2017, 9.00-3.00pm
(with performance at 5.30pm on *Friday 21st July)
Venue: TAPAC, Motions Rd, Western Springs
Cost: $290.00 (inc GST) per child
Plus: For each additional brother or sister, pay just $261.00 (inc GST)
2 Age Groups available:
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Under the direction of the creative team from Tim Bray Productions’ Youth Theatre, students will have the opportunity to explore their performance skills, build confidence, and create a unique piece of theatre, ready to ‘Hit the Stage!’ at the end of the week with a free entry performance for family and friends.
Families are invited to watch the final performance at 5.30pm for free at TAPAC.
They will learn the creative and practical skills of the rehearsal process, with Tim Bray Productions’ Youth Theatre professional tutors. Each day is designed to build the young actor’s confidence and skill, exploring voice work, movement, improvisation, singing, characterisation and script work. Fun and laughter are an essential part of the workshop as our young performers experience what it takes to get a show from the rehearsal floor to the bright lights of the stage.
*On Friday 21st July 2017, you may collect your child at 3pm as usual and return them at 4.30pm to prepare for the show OR your child may remain at the theatre in our care until the show begins. If your child is to remain, please ensure they have food and drink to eat before the show. Please let us know at the beginning of the week.
Click here to find out more about our Tim Bray Productions’ Youth Theatre Activities and Term Drama Classes.
Special thanks to Dragon Trust Community that funded Hit the Stage! 2017 Venue & Advertising costs for July 2017 Hit the Stage!
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