empowering women through theatre
WOMEN! NEED MORE PLAY IN YOUR LIFE?
The first term may be taken separately for women wanting a playful theatrical exploration working on an individual piece of work to be shared in an intimate setting at the end of the nine weeks. It will be process rather than performance orientated.
During the second term we will deepen and build on the theatrical language we have already created, further develop individual work and monologues into a devised, ensemble production to be performed at the Byron Theatre.
In both terms we will be building confidence, opening ourselves to the physical, mental and spiritual dimensions of theatre and developing our expressive and creative skills.
It will also help you find more play in your life through theatre and open up new connections within ourselves and with others.
No prior theatre experience necessary!
The second 9wk course will conclude with a live theatre Performance in The Byron Theatre on Wed eve 19th September!!!
Friday 11 May to Friday 6 July 2018. (process)
Friday 27 July - Friday 21 Sept 2018. (rehearsal)
Friday Mornings 9.30am - 12.30 pm. The Community Cabin, Carlyle Street, Byron Bay.
The 9 week course cost is $230 (earlybird $200) and there are some subsidies for women with a lived experience of DV. Please contact Philippa today on 0422 882 319.
NEXT START DATE Fri 11 May 2018.
ABOUT YOUR FACILITATOR...
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 Dionysian 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 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 six 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 and The Warehouse Workshop. For the last fifteen years Philippa has been working with groups of women exploring Feminine Archetype themes and creating theatre productions.