Category: Deniliquin

DRAMAFORCE 2016

Creative Engagement Program for Young People with Special Needs DRAMA FORCE is a community driven project that provides young people in Deniliquin with something that unifies and connects them, while at the same time celebrating their creative uniqueness. WHAT WE DO: CREATE a professional, inclusive performance for children and their parents through a comprehensive creative workshop program. EMPOWER and […]

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Outback Theatre for Young People receives $100,000 Catalyst funding

Member for Farrer, Sussan Ley, today welcomed $100,000 for Outback Theatre for Young People, part of the second tranche of funding for Catalyst – Australian Arts and Culture Fund. “I am pleased that Outback Theatre for Young People has received funding from Catalyst and understand that two large scale community events are planned over the […]

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While You Were Sleeping 2016 – Stage 1 – Deniliquin

While You Were Sleeping is OTYP’s newest project and is all about imagination in unconventional places and unique spaces. It will provide opportunities for young people to work with professional artists on large scale installations. While You Were Sleeping is a street art and innovative public sculpture project that aims to inspire creativity, build a […]

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A Week in the Country – by Jessica Bellamy

[wzslider]Last week, commissioned Playwright Julian Larnach, Mentor Jessica Bellamy and Creative Producer Claire Harris got together at HotHouse Thetare’s Country House for the first in a series of residencies to develop Julian’s work for staging in OTYP’s 2015 Season. We were lucky enough to work with HotHouse’s Studio Ensemble, meet some new cow friends and […]

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Little Movers and Makers – Deniliquin

Outback Theatre for Young People’s Little Movers and Makers Project Little Movers and Makers sees Outback Theatre artist, Mandy Field work with two playgroups in Deniliquin; the Aboriginal Jyldamenk Playgroup and the Young Parents Group, which will result in a community performance. The project will offer an introductory theatrical experience for local young children and […]

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Outback Theatre for Young People (OTYP) Announces Winner of Riverina Playwright Commission

Outback Theatre for Young People has today announced Julian Larnach, winner of the EMERGE: Riverina Playwright Commission. Julian’s Play, M.I.A, will be developed through a comprehensive mentoring process with Jessica Bellamy, and is set to premiere at Griffith Regional Theatre in June 2015, tour to Deniliquin and finish with a season at Australian Theatre for […]

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Outback Story Generator

Outback Story Generator is an online story-sharing project that engaged young people from the small towns of Hay, Griffith and Deniliquin in southwest NSW. This project reached over 200 young people across 300 kilometres and ran from the 3rd March to the 17th April 2014. Playwright Jessica Bellamy worked with young people to develop their […]

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EMERGE: Riverina Playwright Commission

Sharing Regional Stories with the World: Submissions Now Closed ABOUT THE COMMISSION Outback Theatre for Young People is offering a $10,000 playwriting commission and mentorship for a young regional playwright to create a work (50 Minutes to and hour, one act) that brings regional voices and stories to the stage. The EMERGE Commission will nurture […]

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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 […]

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