ACTIVITIES FOR BEFORE AND AFTER THE SHOW
For children and families we provide free arts based workshops. Children and their accompanying parents, grandparents, siblings and friends actively participate together in creative and imaginative art-making in response to the performance they have just experienced. The workshops relate directly to the themes and ideas of the production, exploring dance, music, visual art and dramatic play and are structured to include all ages across generations and are inclusive of gender and participants with disabilities.
BIG BAD WOLF WORKSHOPS
Upon arriving in the foyer of the Dunstan Playhouse you will see a number of volunteer university students (wearing the Windmill t-shirt) who will direct you to the booking procedure. Just give them your family name, how many adults and children (everyone participates) and you will receive a colour card that registers you into one of five workshops. To ensure a quality experience we can only accommodate a maximum number of 50 participants (10 per group).
Times for the FREE workshops:
3.15pm to 4pm (immediately following the performance)
Saturday 6 July
Saturday 13 July
11.15pm to 12pm (immediately following the performance)
Monday 8 July
Tuesday 9 July
Wednesday 10 July
Thursday 11 July
Friday 12 July
Boom Bah! post-show workshop, 2011
Actor Geoff Revell runs a Fugitive workshop for Charles Campbell Secondary