Resilience Training Through Laughter

Unique and memorable experiences that will make you laugh out loud and connect directly to the heart. “Clint has been tutoring in my Performing Skills Unit at QUT for the past seven years, and the students have found him to be one of the best tutors they have ever experienced. He is an extremely dedicated…

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Resilience Training Through Laughter

Unique and memorable experiences that will make you laugh out loud and connect directly to the heart. “Clint has been tutoring in my Performing Skills Unit at QUT for the past seven years, and the students have found him to be one of the best tutors they have ever experienced. He is an extremely dedicated…

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Commedia Dell’Arte

This fun, playful and energetic workshop introduces students to the style of Commedia Dell’Arte. Students will physically explore high and low status stock characters, classic scenarios and develop improvisational skills.

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Telling Tales with Drama

This high energy workshop introduces students to the joy of dramatic story telling. A series of scaffolded exercises help students develop devising skills to tell stories of their own creation onstage using narration, mime, voice and movement.

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Full Face Non Verbal Mask Theatre

The World Of Masks is a specialised workshop designed to teach students a variety of mask styles – from verbal to non verbal. Students will explore specific ensemble building techniques and develop and ‘economy of moment’ in order to clearly demonstrate comical and/or dramatic meaning on stage.

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Clown

In this workshop students will discover their inner clown (everybody’s got one!) and have each other rolling on the floor laughing one minute and ‘awwing’ in sympathy the next. This training is incredibly rewarding for your students, as it develops their authenticity, venerability and confidence.

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Full Face Non Verbal Mask Theatre

Specifically designed to introduce students to the world of Mask Theatre, this includes Verbal to Non Verbal, Full Face to Half Face mask work. Students explore ensemble performance, mask technique, the inner monologue and devising skills in order to clearly demonstrate comical and/or dramatic meaning on stage. Mask styles covered: Basel Masks Grotesque Masks Trestle…

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Clown

In this workshop students will discover their inner clown (everybody’s got one!) and have each other rolling on the floor laughing one minute and ‘awwing’ in sympathy the next. This training is incredibly rewarding for your students, as it develops their authenticity, venerability and confidence.

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Physical Theatre & Circus

It’s Theatre meets Circus via a whole range of physical skills that can be applied to any unit, be it Brecht, Shakespeare, Clown, Physical Theatre or… Circus!

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Slapstick & Stage Combat

The physical discipline required develops focus and builds trust within the group, and yes, getting to pretend punch your friends is also pretty fun. (All conducted within safe, clearly explained parameters!)

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Absurdism

Absurdism is a philosophical stance embracing a wide range of relativist perspectives, which implies that the efforts of humanity to find or absolutely define, limit, express or exclude the inherent meanings of anything, including human existence, are absurd because the qualities of communicable information available to the human mind, and relationships within Reality makes any certainty about such impossible. 

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Brechtian Theatre

Delve into the world of Bertolt Brecht! Epic theatre (German: episches Theater) was primarily proposed by Bertolt Brecht who suggested that a play should not cause the spectator to identify emotionally with the characters or action before them, but should instead provoke rational self-reflection and a critical view of the action on the stage.

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