OTYP in Balranald

OTYP in Balranald

Located in a semi-desert area crossing the Murrumbidgee River, Balranald has a population of around 1,200. Agriculture includes charcoal production, sheep farming and some irrigated cropping. Interestingly, Australia’s first telephone was installed at nearby “Yanga” station. More recently however, OTYP ran ‘BYO Grown-Up’ which was a series of two-week school-holiday workshops, running through January 2012. Each young participant brought to the workshops at some point an adult who belongs to them in some way; a parent, grandparent, older sibling or other relative, carer, neighbour or friend.

Folk Song

Folk Song (the Bordertowns Project) is a new work created by the young people of the Berrigan Shire in collaboration with

Regional Arts Connect kicks off for 2018

Regional Arts Connect is back and in full swing for 2018. The year will see us continue to work with

Join the OTYP Board

Outback Theatre for Young People is seeking EOIs from the community to be considered for nomination to the OTYP Board

The Echo In Our Walls – Performance Outcome – Hay, April 2016

“Outback Theatre has been a wonderful experience for my children…the team were very professional and passionate about the artistic development

DRAMAFORCE 2016

Creative Engagement Program for Young People with Special Needs DRAMA FORCE is a community driven project that provides young people in

Bordertowns 2016 – Stage 1 Berrigan Shire

Bordertowns is a community driven work, where young people are given the responsibility of learning skills in verbatim theatre while devising,

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