July 2019 School Holiday Drama Workshop

Hero’s Journey

Everyone needs a Hero in their life. Whether it be to slay the ferocious dragon, capture the vicious troll or making sure the dishwasher is magically emptied every night, for as long as we have had stories, we have admired the heroes who have led them.

Join us at the Hume Bank Butter Factory Theatre these School Holidays- July 17-19 9am-3pm for yet another action-packed fun-filled three-day workshop. Participants will explore well known folktales and myths as inspiration for their own stories; look at story telling technique, structure and character development to write and create their own short performance to be performed 2:30pm on Friday 19th.

Dates: July 17, 18 & 19
Times: 9am-3pm.
Age: 8-12 years old
Small sharing of work, 2:30pm Friday 19 July.
Cost: $170 including GST.

$170 (inc GST)  for 3 days, including a showing for family and friends.

Classes are held at the Hume Bank Butter Factory Theatre, Gateway Island, Wodonga. For more information and to book contact us on 02 6021 7433 or email info@hothousetheatre.com.au

Please read the terms and conditions HotHouse Holiday Drama School Terms & Conditions

Students should bring a packed lunch and snacks as food is not provided.


Clancy Hauser

Clancy is a local writer and teaching artist who has been involved with HotHouse Theatre in various forms since 2014. She was part of the HotHouse Theatre Studio ensemble as a performer from 2014-2016 and is a common face around the HotHouse Theatre office.

In 2017 she participated in the Playwriting Australia Outposts Program and in 2018 was part of the National Studio Program with the Australian Theatre for Young people.

17-19 July 2019
Hume Bank Butter Factory Theatre, Gateway Island, Wodonga
$170 (including GST)

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