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Professional Learning

For Teachers

Join educator, performer and producer Libby Klysz for an innovative Professional Learning program that unpicks the processes behind some of Perth Festival’s most spectacular shows. Participants receive take-home resources to support teaching in the classroom and a certificate of participation as evidence for professional learning obligations with the Teacher Registration Board of WA.

TO BOOK – email schoolstickets@perthfestival.com.au

Le Nor (the rain)

Contemporary performance making – a practical approach

Delve into the elements of drama and contemporary approaches to create dramatic action in Le Nor. A must for any teacher of ATAR drama, this professional learning unpicks the devising processes in this innovative work.

Audience: Secondary arts teachers

Date: Sunday 16 February

Time: Professional Learning 5pm-6pm, Performance 8pm.

Venue: Blue Room Theatre

 

One Infinity 

Cross-cultural collaboration – a case study
Choreographer Gideon Obarzanek, recorder virtuoso Genevieve Lacey and performance producers explore how cross-curriculum priority Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia has been brought to life through cross-cultural collaboration.

Audience: Secondary Arts teachers

Date: Sat 9 Feb

Time: Performance 3pm, Professional Learning 4.30pm- 5.15pm

Venue: His Majesty’s Theatre

 

The Nature of Why 

Access and inclusion in performance

All Western Australian students have a right to an education that embraces is inclusive of students’ strengths and needs. Observe a tactile tour of the performance, and hear from Australian artist and disability advocate Caroline Bowditch about what it means to create an accessible and inclusive performance

Audience: Secondary Arts teachers

Date: Sat 23 Feb

Time:Professional Learning 1.15pm-1.45pm, tactile tour 1.45pm Performance 3pm, 

Venue: State Theatre Centre

 

A Ghost In My Suitcase 

Accessing the primary drama curriculum

This practical access point to the drama curriculum explore how the performance connects with cross-curriculum priority Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia and the process of using narrative text as the inspiration for drama. Supplemented with exploration of how the production uses the technical elements of drama, this program for primary teachers is not to be missed.

Audience: Primary Drama teachers

Date: Sat 2 Mar

Time: Performance 2pm, Professional Learning 4pm-5pm

Venue: Heath Ledger Theatre