FRESH Theatre for Social Change range of different programs for kids through to adults.
Local young people 12-18 years are invited to join FRESH Youth theatre and enjoy free weekly theatre making workshops.
Fresh Youth Theatre and the City of Whittlesea would like to introduce Georgia Kate Bell who will be taking over the Whittlesea Fresh Theatre Artistic Director role from third term.
Georgia (they/she) completed a Bachelor of Arts at Monash University, majoring in theatre, and now works as a freelance director and intimacy and fight choreographer in productions across Melbourne.
Georgia works as a mechanist and technician across a number of reputable theatres in Melbourne and is now joining us as the Director of Fresh Whittlesea! She is dedicated to making beautiful and impactful work in the safest way possible for all participants.
Georgia is very excited to be joining Fresh Theatre and to kick off their journey with the group, will be introducing the young people to a variety of theatre making concepts (such as lighting design and acting skills) to help them build towards their end of year production! Georgia cannot wait to share in the excitement of developing new skills and tricks to make fun and meaningful art!
Starts :Wednesday 20th July - then every Wednesday in term three
Time: 4.30 - 6.30 pm
Venue: Great Hall, Council Offices, 25 Ferres Boulevard, South Morang
Please meet in the Foyer at Council Offices
For more information or to register your interest email Mahony.Kiely@whittlesea.vic.gov.au
or call 03 9217 2291
FRESH Theatre details
Dates: Wednesdays 4.30-6.30 from 27 April 2022
Great Hall, Council Offices,
25 Ferres Boulevard, South Morang.
Please meet in the Foyer at Council Offices.