ATYP The Voices Project

Mrs Adèle Jeffreys and Mr Rowan Bate (Australian Theatre for Young People)

For the past 7 years ATYP's The Voices Project has commissioned its top young playwrights to write age appropriate monologues, presented them on stage with accomplished young actors and published the works. In this performance, be treated to the best monologues written by young people and performed by a young actor. Hear the stories of young lives in the rawest form of performance - the monologue. Look forward to the post show discussion which will include access to a wealth of resources and publications with techniques for unpacking monologues in your classroom. 


Adèle Jeffreys has been Education manager at ATYP since 2010. Her flagship programs with the company include national live streaming of new Australian productions and online programs for schools that demystify the process of theatre making. Adèle has worked as a teacher for over 10 years in a wide variety of educational settings: primary, high schools and universities and has worked on national programs for the arts while at Arts Council England. 

Rowan Bate is ATYP's Education Coordinator. A graduate of theatre Nepean and the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS), he has worked as a freelance theatre-maker, producer and educator and was Theatre Programs Coordinator at the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre from 2012-2016. 

Recommended for:
Drama Educators, Drama Instructors, Secondary School Teachers

01 Jul 2017

1000 to 1100


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