Workshops in Schools
We offer physical theatre, puppet making and performance workshops specialising in Laban, Commedia and Lecoq based techniques for primary and secondary aged students. Depending on the age of the students these are one to two hour workshops led by experienced tutors. Full day workshops are available on request and longer programmes can be developed in conversation with your school or library.
For more information, prices and to book a Schools Workshop please email email@example.com.
Thanks for an awesome session yesterday - the children were absolutely buzzing with excitement.
I still remember the puppets from the whole house project, they were all so inventive and inspiring. To me it was such a celebration of making something joyful out of sadness and loss and using theatre to enable kids to move through that awful time. That was such a great project for Chch. Thank you.
Just wow! That was a spectacular performance - so rich in context and content, brilliantly conceived and executed with flair. I love physical theatre where the journey is cleverly evolved like this. Amazing to have ALL students involved and so disciplined in their performance.
Was cool to see something different to the usual school performance/musical. I think all the work and activities that went on in the background were great for the kids too. Mine often came home talking about what they'd done that day. Great work!
Absolutely amazing work
For our major productions we offer school discounts and Education Packs catering to NCEA Level 1-3 (Years 11-13). See recent Education Packs below:
Creatives in Schools 2022
In 2022 we are worked with all 253 tamariki at Te Ara Koropiko West Spreydon School on a Creatives in Schools programme supported by the Ministry or Education and partners Ministry for Culture and Heritage Manatū Taonga and Creative New Zealand. For 16 weeks we went on a journey through time exploring the past, present and future of their school site through performance.
Students were so engaged and invested. The way the whole school had a role to play and how they intertwined seamlessly together added a touch of professionalism to a primary school performance. The response from whānau was remarkable. They were blown away with what they experienced.