Co-curriculum Drama update

The 2020 Drama Studio program will commence in Week 3 with a workshop series open to Year 10, 11, and 12 students.

Guest artist, Noa Rotem, will facilitate The Performing Body, a workshop series allowing students to explore movement practices and techniques that will develop and extend their physical performance skills, trust and impulse, and ensemble awareness. With no experience necessary, this is a wonderful opportunity for girls to try something new, build confidence and overcome inhibitions.

The Performing Body

When:                                 Monday afternoons, Term 1 (commencing Monday 10 February) (There is no workshop in Week 4)

Time:                                   3.30 pm to 5 pm

Location:                             A301

Attire:                                  Wear appropriate attire for movement.

Registration:                      Please sign-up for this workshop through The Drama Studio Co-curriculum page on Minerva.

Additional Details:           There are limited spaces for this workshop series.

The Drama Department will announce more Drama Studio workshops open to all Year 7 to 12 students in the coming weeks.

The Drama Studio meets Artist Noa Rotem

Noa Rotem is an internationally acclaimed, performer, director and teacher. Ms Rotem has trained and worked extensively in Australia, Hong Kong, Israel, France, the Philippines and America as a freelance artist and with companies such as The Human Theatre, The Danger Ensemble, Little Dove Theatre Art and Anne Bogart’s SITI Company (NYC).

Noa is a graduate of the Soma School of Body-Mind Centering (Paris), the University of Sydney and the Actor’s College. Her training includes Viewpoints, the Suzuki Method of Actor Training, the Morris Technique, Body-Mind Centering, Butoh, Gaga, Contact Improvisation, Practical Aesthetics, the Meisner Technique and Yoga.

Mrs Gabrielle Lee
Drama Teacher