Protege Master Classes: ‘Animal Farm’ Drama Workshop
Tuesday 21 April 2020
188 Brisbane Street, Ipswich QLD
Animal Farm performance prices
Adult Ticket $37.00
Student Ticket $22.00
*Applying for the workshop is FREE, however successful applicants must purchase a ticket to the show to confirm their involvement.
4:00pm – 5:15pm
(07) 3810 6100
Please note: as a result of COVID-19 we wish to advises that Shake & Stir Theatre Co production of Animal Farm at Ipswich Civic Centre originally scheduled for Tuesday 28 April has been cancelled, along with the Drama workshop originally scheduled for Tuesday 21 April. Ticket holders will be contacted.
The Ipswich City Council’s Protege Master Class Program, Ipswich Civic Centre, shake & stir and Studio 188 present an exciting opportunity for Ipswich students in grade 7 to 12 with an interest in Drama, Theatre and Acting.
shake & stir theatre co will present a 1 hour workshop focusing on the genres of physical and ensemble theatre and encourage students to make bold choices when finding and playing heightened characters. This is an exciting opportunity for budding actors to work with industry professionals using excerpts from the Animal Farm script. Spaces are strictly limited and by application only.
When: Tuesday 21st April 4pm – 5:15pm
Where: Studio 188 (188 Brisbane Street, Ipswich)
Applying is FREE, however successful applicants must confirm their acceptance by purchasing a ticket to attend the Animal Farm performance at the Ipswich Civic Centre on 28th April – Student tickets are $22.00. Seats have been reserved so that you will be sitting with other workshop attendees. Following the performance, workshops students are invited to a QnA session with the Animal Farm cast.
Applications Open: Friday 21st February
Applications Close: Sunday 29th March @ Midnight
What is Animal Farm about?
George Orwell’s intensely powerful fairy tale allegorizes and satirizes communist governments while illustrating with stunning simplicity how greed and power corrupts with devastating consequences to all who yield.
Revolution has taken place at Manor Farm. The pigs have assumed control and all the animals, fuelled by enthusiastic camaraderie and guided by a set of self-imposed rules, are promised a better life free from the self-serving greed of humans. However, it is not long until the rules that promised equality and freedom become the shackles that bind the animals once again.
Created by shake & stir and directed by Michael Futcher, Animal Farm promises to be one of the most shocking, relevant and wickedly funny theatre events of 2020.