The Hunger Games; May the Odds Be Ever In Your Favour
What would it be like to fight to the death for other people’s entertainment? What would it be like to live in poverty,under an oppressive and malevolent government, having to hunt in order to provide your family with their next meal?
Are you completely obsessed with the Hunger Games? Would you like to play your favourite character or act out your favourite scene? This workshop will explore the main characters from this smash hit trilogy using movement, body work, power and status exercises, drama games, improvisation, character analysis and scene work.
- Rebecca Marchenkov
- Youth and Children’s Services Officer
- City of Joondalup Libraries
The tutor: Tiffany Barton Tiffanyis an experienced actor, writer, producer, story teller and drama/literature/writing coach. She has written many plays in collaboration with young people and has performed her own one woman show in schools throughout Australia. She worked for six years with Barking Gecko as a drama tutor and travelled extensively through the Pilbara conducting drama and script writing workshops. Her show Run Kitty Run was nominated for a Best New Play Award in 2007. She adores gothic literature, scary movies and post apocalypse stories. The Hunger Games totally rocked her world.Parents are welcome to attend the final half hour of the workshops to view their teenagers’ moment of glory. (Working With Children check and Public Liability insurance)
Suitcase StoriesThe history of Australian immigration. Tours Perth, Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne throughout the year. Booking now.
Suitcase Stories is a 50 minute, one-woman show for those in years 2-7. Originally commissioned by and performed at the Western Australia Maritime Museum in Fremantle, it's very funny and has a message: 'This is the lucky country, it's great here so... shall we get on?'
Suitcase Stories celebrates the cultural diversity of Australia. In the show we meet eight different women from eight different eras, each with a tale to tell about coming to Australia. There's Eliza Delaney from Ireland, a pioneer of early settlement, Afifa the Lebanese footballing legend, Anna Petrovna the batty Russian ballet dancer, Zhou the Chinese girl with a yen for disco dancing, Dutch girl Danke, Beth Barry the Ten Pound Pom and Bardi, a blackfella with a yarn or two to tell about Dreamtime and the impact of white settlement. Then there's Vittoria, the Italian nurse with a great heaving bosomful of ice-cream and motherly love. The humour and the ever-changing cast enable us to discover the legacy of those who have gone before, to savour the flavours of those who have just arrived and to relish the fact that we are all very lucky to be here.Suitcase Stories was written by Tiffany Barton and Mick Devine. Performed in Perth by Tiffany Barton, in Adelaide by Bronwen James (immediate left), in Melbourne by Anthea Campione (middle left) and in Sydney by Eliane Morel (bottom).
What they say about the show:
Suitcase Stories comes with a set of teachers' notes with ideas for discussion. Subject areas covered include the history of Australia, society and environment, cultural diversity and tolerance, Aboriginal culture and dreamtime.
All our staff carry valid Working with Children Check certifications
Public Liabilty Insurance
Creative Collaborations offers nine great workshops to libraries and community centres
By Tiffany Barton. Tiffany's show Girls' Talk, about puberty, toured secondary schools in Perth and Melbourne in recent years. Tiffany studied Sexology at Curtin University.
Treya and Alex are two normal teenagers who have come to your school to have a frank discussion about sex. Yup, SEX, that secret thing that lots of people do but few people like to talk about. They negotiate the minefield of dating, how to deal with rejection and jealousy, explore the rollercoaster of losing your virginity, the problems associated with poor communication, and other issues like consent, coming out, sexting, the drunken pick-up, the double standard,STIs, contraception and that big four letter word, LOVE.
Based on real-lifestories and case histories, Treya and Alex use humor and candor to cover a bunch of sensitive topics and open up an important conversation about sex and ethics for the modern teenager. Hooking Up runs for 50 minutes and includes a 10 minute question time at the end.
Available only in Perth.