As we head towards 2020, the question must be asked – what is our vision as drama educators? Who or what will be the drivers of change? It is important that there is clarity within our shared vision and that we continue to advocate for both our subject and ourselves. It is necessary to look back retrospectively and use the wisdom and insight of the drama ‘greats’ who have gone before us to position the arts well into the future. Our focus must be on providing critical and creative opportunities for our students and to encourage both passion and rigour within our subject. Creating this vision ensures that we continue to provoke, innovate and lead educational reform.
ATYP’s Learning team specialises in providing custom theatre experiences tailored to your needs. All of their workshop programs can be scaled to suit your timetable and budget and can be delivered either in your school or at one of our many venues conveniently located around Sydney. Visit their website for what’s on offer!
2019 MARTIN LYSICRATES PRIZE
The Lysicrates Foundation is proud to present the 2019 Lysicrates Martin Prize for playwrights writing for children.
Thursday 22 August 2019
The prize is intended to support mid-career playwrights and provides an opportunity for finalists to receive professional development and funding support.
The top 3 finalists each year see their works read and staged at Riverside Theatres, and the winner will be chosen by the children on the day.
A fun and interactive way for children to get involved with theatre from a young age, The Martin Lysicrates Prize is a load of entertainment for the whole family to enjoy.
Stay tuned for more information about this event in 2019!