Introducing – THE SIDESHOW PROJECT
[wzslider] The Sideshow Project in the next chapter in the development of the Balranald Circus; a rural youth circus which began as an OTYP project but is evolving into an autonomous youth movement with the potential to become an independent organisation. The Sideshow Project has three elements. The first is to develop circus, play-building and […]
Introducing GIFTS OF TRANSLATION
Gifts of Translation is OTYP’s first project across the border in Victoria and will be led by Artistic Directorate member Richie Hallal in 2013/14. This wonderful project is a storytelling, theatre, dance and cultural sharing project which will develop leadership, capacity and cohesion within the community of African migrants and build understanding, co-operative relationships and […]
Illuminate presents ‘A Town Called Mills Acre’
[wzslider autoplay=”true” info=”true”]Outback Theatre for Young People’s ILLUMINATE project presents a new Australian play featuring 130 Young people from across the Wakool Shire Outback Theatre for Young People’s Illuminate project is connecting the towns of Barham, Wakool and Moulamein with performances over a three-week period, with a new Australian play entitled, A Town Called […]
Illuminate Summary 2012 from Outback Theatre for Young People on Vimeo. Check out this short documentary of ideas and interviews collected in Illuminate Stage 1, 2012. Illuminate Stage 2, 2013 is underway! Artists Angela Frost and Richie Hallal will work with 6 students from Braham High school to develop a new original touring theatre show […]
Reverberate Interactive Festival of Sound
[wzslider autoplay=”true”] On Saturday May 18th 2013, the streets of Deniliquin’s CBD was brought to life with interactive sound and video works created by young people in collaboration with artists Danielle O’Keefe (Artistic Director, Reverberate), Vic McEwan (Cad Factory), and Jim Coad (Video Architecture). The event began at Deniliquin’s Waring Gardens, where the audience was […]
DREAMINGS Outback Theatre for Young People’s, Alive and Kicking 2011, presents ‘Dreamings’, made in collaboration with young people from Hay, NSW. dreamings upload from Outback Theatre for Young People on Vimeo.
Junkyard Hustle Junkyard Hustle is a short silent film shot at the Hay Gaol Museum, NSW, in collaboration with Year 9/10 students of Hay War Memorial High School. This film was one of many outcomes of Outback Theatre for Young People’s ‘Alive and Kicking’ Project. Junkyard from Outback Theatre for Young People on Vimeo.
Annual Theatre Sports Championships Fundraiser
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND…. The Theatre Sports Championships Fundraiser will be held at the Deniliquin Club on Saturday 6th April from 6.30pm and is open to all. For those of you who attended last year you will know how much fun it is! Theatre Sports is a fast-paced form of improvisational theatre that uses competition […]
ALUMNI Peter Seaman AGE: Twenty Two-ish. BORN: Hay, in rural NSW. We have a Wikipedia article! CURRENTLY LIVES: In an apartment I euphemistically refer to as my Batcave (it is slightly better lit than an actual cave), located in north-ish Sydney. Why not swing by for some olives and perhaps a game of Team Fortress? […]
Opportunity of Everything
Opportunity of Everything from Outback Theatre for Young People on Vimeo. Last year brought some very special achievements for us as a company however nothing is as special as the communities we get to work with and the people we meet. This documentary, “Opportunity of Everything” gives a unique insight to four exceptional young people […]