freedom training

Freedom of choice to move or to be static, to focus or to expand, to follow mind or heart, to act or to react, to be or not to be.....How can we navigate through the endless freedom that is part of our human experience? Who is coming along on a theatrical exploration?

This playful, imaginative workshop, is open to all, 18+, where we will explore strategies and tools for navigating freedom of self and the collective, through applied and physical   theatre, improv and more! No prior theatre experience necessary.

Tuesday 17th October to Tuesday 12th December 2017.

Tuesday Evenings 6.30pm - 8.30 pm. upstairs at The Cavanbah Room, Byron Community Centre, 69 Jonson Street, Byron Bay 2481

The course cost is $165 (early bird $145). 

Please contact Frauke today on 0497 535 031.  

NEXT START DATE 17th October 2017.



Frauke Huhn - Director/Education

Frauke Huhn has trained and worked in Theatre, Science and Social Education for over 20 years. She has been involved with productions, projects, training and coaching for various institutions in Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia. She has lectured in Theatrepedagogy and Applied Theatre at The Institute for Economic and Social Sciences and worked as a Communications Trainer at the Eberhard-Karls University of Tübingen in Germany, which is her Alma Mater. 

Frauke has also studied at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, and holds two M.As in Science and Education.She is a certified Applied Theatre Teacher (Theatrepedagogy BuT) and accredited Secondary Teacher (Boostes). 

After she moved to Australia she became the founder of CICADE, Centre for Innovative Coaching and Applied Drama Education and the Director of Education for Public Act -Theatre for All, Byron Bay. 

She loves to investigate and create mind, body and soul experiences and facilitate artistic expression through movement, physical and cerebral theatre and radical performance.

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Mary Page Terlizzi

Page is passionate about creating positive change through drama and the healing arts. She has used theatre exercises to facilitate experiential learning and personal development. Some central themes of her classes included: 

Examining and breaking down limiting beliefs and patterns;

Overcoming fear of expression and accessing a wider range of emotional expression and physicality; 

Connecting with the present moment and more effectively listening to and engaging with others; 

Exploring the internal and external cause and effect of emotions, create more choice in our thoughts and actions, cultivate more positive qualities, and help us get what we want out of life!  

Overall, her goals are to provide a safe space for people to release, connect, learn, heal, and to inspire hope. She holds an BA in theatre from Oberlin College, USA.


“Theatre is the fire that makes the pressure cooker explode, and release the angels and devils dwelling inside it. “
— Augusto Boal