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We Live Here Too!
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FormatOne-act.
SynopsisInteractive TIE (Theatre in Education) performance based on good citzenship, and having respect for the area you live in and your neighbours. Uses one workshop leader with two actors whose behaviour the interactive part is based around. Includes littering, graffiti, Anti-social behaviour, and image. This performance workshop also allows the young people to explore matters from other peoples points of view and allows them to voice their own opinions about the area they live in, even allowing scope for them to suggest how things could improve. Not criticizing but enpowering letting them realize they are part of the wider community too and what they think matters.
InformationSuitable for Under-16s to see
Cast2M (1can be female to give balance) 1 Workshop leader MorF (minimum 3)
Nick & Dan playing age 15/16
ProductionCitzenship, respect, environment, littering, behaviour
StatusAvailable for performance
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I am a professional equity actor and freelance playwright. Currently I write and perform Theatre in Education productions for professional theatre company Third Edge Ltd. Past topics covered include Hate Crime, Bullying, Self Esteem, ASBO'S, Truancy and respect. All these performances are very interactive keeping the audience involved throughout. For my drama group I have also written scripts from The Pied Piper of Hamelin for those aged 7-11 with an adjustable case of 12-25, Gotcha! a Brecht style performance for 12-16 year olds again with a flexiable cast. I have written three full length plays, one which was short listed for the National Student Playwrighting festival, and two of which have been professionally performed.


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