Education @The Bowery
From 2018, the Bowery Theatre will provide dedicated programming for schools. This includes performances, Q&As, workshops and teacher resources. Our program aims to offer diverse, curriculum-centred opportunities that engage and enrich students.
By She Said Theatre
Wednesday, 14 March | 7.30pm
HART is a solo theatre piece by Melbourne Fringe and Adelaide Fringe award-winner and Noongar man, Ian Michael. Weaving together the real stories of four survivors of the Stolen Generations, Michael invites you to listen in on the silenced stores of his country. This performance is followed by a post-show artist Q&A as part of ‘In Conversations’ hosted by Lisa Maza. More information for teachers here: Education @ Bowery Theatre – Schools Fact Sheet
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this production contains references to and images of people who are deceased.
Photo: Gabi Briggs
By Western Edge Youth Arts
Friday, 18 May | 11am
Caliban explores the battle ground of global climate politics. Set in the near future, the action moves from a Pacific Island to a partly submerged Melbourne as it follows the story of what happens to Shakespeare’s character Caliban after the waters rise and his island is flooded. More information for teachers here: Education @ Bowery Theatre – Schools Fact Sheet
Photo: Nicola Dracoulis
Which Way Home
By ILBIJERRI Theatre Company | Friday, 1 June | 7.30pm
Tash and her Dad are going on a road trip. Home to country, where the sky is higher and the world goes on forever. Which Way Home draws on writer Katie Beckett’s personal memories of growing up with her single Aboriginal father. A road trip comedy 80,000 years in the making. A Reconciliation Week event, this performance is followed by a post-show artist Q&A as part of ‘In Conversations’ hosted by Lisa Maza. More information for teachers here: Education @ Bowery Theatre – Schools Fact Sheet
Photo: Steven Rhall