In light of the current COVID-19 situation and in the interest of the health and safety of our audiences, artists and the broader community, the 2020 Regional Enrichment program will be altered. We are working on a new remote learning offering to connect your students to MTC staff and artists.
We strive to make creative, theatrical experiences accessible to all students in Victoria. Thanks to generous donors we are able to offer free or low-cost workshops to a limited number of regional students in 2020.
MTC's Production Processes
Through the lens of VCE Theatre Studies, explore the lifecycle of an MTC production. Students learn about what MTC staff and artists do in the planning, development and presentation stages, with concrete examples of tasks and duties. The workshop is presentation-style, with interactive questions throughout, and a concluding activity where students creatively interpret unusual script excerpts in each stage. Where possible, a guest from the MTC production department will join for a Q&A.
Suitable for: Year 10+
Duration: 90min (can be tailored to your timetable)
Mode of delivery: Zoom (or your school's preferred platform where possible)
Cost: A limited number of these workshops are available free to regional schools
Bookings: email email@example.com with your preferred dates/times, your school name, and number of students, and we'll be in touch.
Other Regional Workshops
In light of the current COVID-19 situation, we're adapting our Regional Enrichment program so that your students can continue to access workshops with MTC staff and artists via remote learning. We're developing the content of more workshops now, and we'd love to hear from you about what you want! Click the button below to email us, and we'll be in touch.
Regional Teacher PD
To learn about regional 'Teacher as Artist' professional development program, click here.
MTC sincerely thanks Dr Geraldine Lazarus and the Gailey Lazarus Charitable Foundation for their exceptionally generous support of MTC’s Regional Enrichment Program.
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