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Youth Master Class 4: Playbuilding - The Embodied Storytelle

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This masterclass will focus on skill development and performance elements. ‘The Embodied Storyteller’, aims to free up your expression and embody both written word, vocal expression, physical theatre, shadow puppetry and music to tell a story.

Participants will be introduced to new skills and discover how to better connect with an audience. Maja will work with participants, modelling strategies to deal with issues from the creation of characters and the collaboration process, in the production of original theatre. Participants will leave this master class armed with all the necessary elements and tactics to create their own original works.

Meet The Facilitator | Maja Liwszyc

Maja is an actor, theatre maker and teaching artist, with a decade of performance experience under her belt, she has worked with an array of theatre companies on both coastlines (more recently including Punch-drunk, Imaginary Theatre and for Out of the Box festival); both performing and in developing new work. In 2015 she was nominated for ‘Best Newcomer’ in the Equity Awards. Training includes Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre, Dairakudakan (Japan), SITI company (New York) and the Nicholson Academy of Screen Acting. Additionally, Maja is currently developing a new work with an interest in interrogating the limits of intimate and site-responsive theatre.

As a teaching artist, she has been teaching specialist drama workshops (interpreting Shakespeare, monologue work, voice and physical theatre) in Brisbane, Perth and internationally since 2012, and is currently a member of the Zen Zen Zo teaching team.

AGE SUITABILITY: 12-18 years old

DURATION: 6 hours including morning tea and lunch

Registration form will be emailed out prior to event.

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