stART- Physical Theatre with Bella Young

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Salamanca Arts Centre

77 Salamanca Place

Kelly's Garden

Battery Point, TAS 7004

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PHYSICAL THEATRE with Bella Young

Come and join in the fun and learn the basics of acting and drama!

This workshop focuses on physical theatre as a medium to encourage young creativity and confidence in young people. Through improvisational acting games, physicl/vocal warm ups and some team-based devised theatre games, get moving and have fun with different characters and stories.



For children aged 6 to 12 years and their families. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Free to attend, but registrations essential. ADULTS & CHILDREN both Required to REGISTER (1 Ticket Each). Ratio 1 Adult : 2 Kids

Meet in Kelly's Garden or if a rainy day, in the Meeting Room on Level 1.

All materials provided but please bring a hat and drink bottle.

ABOUT BELLA YOUNG

Bella Young is an emerging artist who is passionate about performance in acting, dancing, teaching and directing. As Vice President of PLoT Theatre Society and an undergraduate Arts student at UTAS, Bella advocates for an open community, providing a friendly, entry-level environment for skill development that is fun and engages young people in cross-discipline experiences surrounding theatre. Bella is both a student and teacher at React Drama School. In 2016, she taught singing, performance and piano at Exitleft Performance Academy. As a private artist at kdcworks, she runs her own physical theatre classes, seeking to engage people of all ages in improvisation, physical performance and theatre. Bella works as a practicing artist with Second Echo Ensemble, performing and devising in an open access with people of disability. Recently, she travelled interstate to work with back to Back Theatre in Geelong, training and working with people of intellectual disability. Other collaborations include CodeBlue, a community-based film project with headspace and Youtharc, and a show around young people caring for siblings and children with disability with Carers Tasmania.

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