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STC’s School Drama Book launched in New York

STC’s School Drama Book launched in New York

Following its successful release in Australia last year, The School Drama Book: Drama, Literature and Literacy in the Creative Classroom by Robyn Ewing and John Nicholas Saunders, is launched this weekend in New York. The event is part of the New York University Forum on Ethnodrama: The Aesthetics of Research and Playmaking, hosted by the Program in Educational Theatre at New York University's Steinhardt School.

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Breaking Down Barriers for Young People to Enjoy Orchestral Music

Breaking Down Barriers for Young People to Enjoy Orchestral Music

What orchestras arguably need most of all these days are skilled, talented and enthusiastic individuals who can bring the experience of orchestral music to young people. Oddly, they tend to be a small and rare bunch. This is because their abilities need to be spread so widely, across education, conducting. composing, and perhaps above all, communication. by Graham Strahle for Music Australia

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February Sneak Peeks 2017

February Sneak Peeks 2017

There’s a huge range of performances opening across Australia throughout February - Renowned violinist Maxim Vengerov begins his Artist-in Residence role with Queensland Symphony Orchestra with a recital before heading south to open the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra 2017 season with two violin concertos. Malthouse presents two world premieres by Australian writers: The Homosexuals, or Faggots in the Merlyn Theatre, a blistering satire dealing vicious blows to left and right wing hypocrisy and Little Emperors in the Beckett Theatre, exploring the impact of China’s one child policy.

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August Sneak Peeks 2016

August Sneak Peeks 2016

West Australia’s Black Swan State Theatre Company, celebrating its 25th anniversary, opens The Caucasian Chalk Circle, its first international collaboration with the renowned Chinese director Dr Wang Xiaoying and the National Theatre of China. Melbourne’s Malthouse Theatre presents Edward II, giving the 14th century king a modern day facelift, while Melbourne Theatre Company presents Kate Mulvaney’s adaptation of the Australian coming of age classic, Jasper Jones, and later in August, the Pulitzer Prize winning drama Disgraced.

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