empowering women through theatre - Byron
WOMEN! NEED MORE PLAY IN YOUR LIFE?
In this 8 week women's theatre course we will continue to create a safe space to work with movement, improvisation, creative writing, voice and mask work. Over the term we will share stories, develop our theatrical language and create individual and group work.
🌟 No previous experience is necessary to do this course. The main aim is to explore our expressive creativity, find solidarity... and play! 😀 What’s our theme? Hmm... We will be focussing on finding the flow, spontaneity and the playful moment.
Please call Philippa on 0422 882 319 for further details or if you have questions. (Subsidies may be possible for women with lived experience of DV.) Wear comfortable clothing and bring a bottle of water and a note book.
$220 for 8 week Term. ($200 EB till 19 April)
Friday 3 May - Friday 21 June 2019. 9.30am - 12.30 pm. The Community Cabin, Carlyle Street, Byron Bay.
NEXT START DATE Fri 3 May 2019.
ABOUT YOUR FACILITATORS...
Philippa Williams Director/Community
Philippa Williams has a Diploma from the London School of Speech and Drama and toured for fifteen years as an actress with Dionysia Theatre, The Rose Theatre Company, The Mask Studio, Portal Productions, Circle X Arts and TaurusVoice Theatre Company.
Philippa ran the Stroud Performing Arts Courses in Gloucestershire, England and has taught, directed, facilitated and worked as a therapist in a variety of settings including schools, colleges, the Mental Health Sector, with teenagers with special needs and in Adult Education.
Philippa has a Diploma in Dance Movement Therapy and an Advanced Diploma in Psychophonetics Counselling. Since coming to Australia seven years ago Philippa has been teaching, facilitating theatre courses and directing community theatre productions.
She has taught at The Actors Workshop in Brisbane, Byron Bay Film and Television School, Cape Byron Steiner School, Shearwater School, The Warehouse Workshop and WeMove Studio. Philippa is passionate about using theatre to empower people and bring communities together.
For the last fifteen years Philippa has been working with groups of women exploring Feminine Archetype themes and creating theatre productions.