Homunculus offers a range of flexible Artist in Residence (AIR) programs that are student-centred, creative and culminates in fantastic performance outcomes. Options range from a day to a full semester and can be tailored to fit your unit requirements and timetable.
Shorter-term residencies may involve intensive workshop sessions over a week or several weeks. Longer-term residencies usually involve the collaborative development of original work and full-scale production.
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE – SHORT
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All prices include GST
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE – LONG
Price for longer AIRs (spaced over several weeks, a term, semester or year) varies according to contact hours, outcome (i.e. polished performance or informal showing) and other factors. AIRs can be tailored to your budget, time frame and unit needs.
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Clayfield College 2016
LAST CHANCE HUMANS! PLAY THE GAME… PRESENTED BY CLAYFIELD COLLEGE AND HOMUNCULUS THEATRE COMPANY Greetings humans! Listen up. Play the game or get zapped! It’s true. Aliens exist, and they’re not very friendly. If they go through with their plan, we are all doomed. Luckily the future of the human race is in the hands…
Homunculus has taken on the challenge of developing a new work of comic theatre that involves all of our Yr12 students as collaborative artists, and each show has seen the cast fully invested in the creative process
The Clayfield College Drama AIR Program has been running annually for many years, giving Year 12 students the opportunity to work with performing arts professionals and perform in a professional venue and in doing so extend themselves as young artists.
LOVE KNOT A Commedia dell’Arte show with all the passion, romance and blood letting of Romeo and Juliet, only funnier… Lelio and Isabella love each other but their families hate each other so Isabella fakes her own death – naturally. Brighella recruits Arlecchino to steal Pantalone’s enormous money sack, and The Captain runs a profitable nightclub…
Checking Out The Clayfield College Drama AIR Program has been running annually for many years, giving Year 12 students the opportunity to work with performing arts professionals and perform in a professional venue and in doing so extend themselves as young artists. Checking Out, Visy Theatre, Powerhouse OK, so you’re old. There’s whispering going on…