This course will show students how to create and perform a one-act play working in groups of two.
They will learn how to describe a location and write that as stage manager’s notes.
Next, they will create a story that can be told in one sitting and then build the characters the story needs. They will interview their characters so that they can learn how each character will act in any situation.
They will create a mask for the characters. At the end of the day, it will be acted out in front of the group.
Materials - what to bring:
A note pad and drawing book and an imagination and a desire to have fun.
Please remember to pack a full morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea for your child, plus a water bottle.
Please notify staff of any food allergies or intolerances and ensure all medications and Epipens are provided to the workshop presenter on the day if needed.
Please, no electronic devices. We will be writing, creating, and playing the old fashioned way! All mobile phones will be taken for safe keeping and switched off during class times, but students will be allowed to check them during breaks. In an emergency, contact can be made on 0417 351 717.
The workshops will be held in our Workshop Room and an enclosed outside garden area at the back of the premises. This will also be used for meal times. They will be supervised at all times by the instructor and Gondor staff. Parents are welcome to drop in to meet the staff and check out the premises before the events.
From 8:30am: Drop off time. Children will be supervised from the start.
3.30pm: Sharing our day's work. Parents are welcome to attend.
4pm: Pick up time.
Location: To be advised. Coming to CQ and the Capricorn Coast.
Limited places: If your child wants to bring a friend along, please make sure they sign up together to ensure both children secure their spots.
Cost $40 per child per day.
All presenters and staff have Blue Cards and public liability insurance.
For all enquiries phone Gondor Writers' Centre on 0417 351 717
Ron Day has had more than 30 years’ experience as a teacher from primary school to university.
He has also been involved in school stage productions as a writer and director.
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