4:00pm Tuesday 7 July - 3:00pm Saturday 11 July 2020.
Theatre Residency Week (TRW) is an intensive theatre camp for students in years 9-12. It is the longest running theatre program of its kind in Australia and over the past five decades, young actors from all over the country have attended the camp and participated in workshops, masterclasses and other performance activities. Queensland Theatre is proud of the impact this program has had across generations of theatre artists. In 2020, Queensland Theatre will be joining forces with TheatreiNQ and Kirwan State High School to deliver the camp in Townsville for the first time!
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Registrations to Theatre Residency Week 2019 have now closed. If you wish to be on a wait list for any available places, please contact
Alana Dunn on (07) 3010 7634 or at email@example.com
Monday 23 September – Saturday 28 September 2019.
Theatre Residency Week (TRW) is the longest running theatre program of its kind in Australia. Over the past five decades, young artists from all over the country have attended this week-long intensive theatre camp. Queensland Theatre is proud of the impact this program has had across generations of theatre artists.
Theatre Residency Week (TRW) is a week-long intensive theatre camp for students in years 9-12. Students live on campus at Stuartholme School in its boarding facilities and spend each day developing their acting skills, with workshops and activities. Students work towards creating a group performance for a live audience, which families and friends can come and watch on the final day. In the evening, students are engaged in an exciting social and cultural program, including excursions to see live theatre and opportunities to network with leading artists from Queensland Theatre. TRW is held each year in the September school holidays and is attended by students from all over Australia.
Theatre Residency Week will run from 4pm, Monday 23 September – 9am, Saturday 28 September. It is held at Stuartholme School, Toowong.
In the daily workshop program, students choose core group activities to suit their interests. Each of these core groups (usually a maximum of 20 students) are facilitated by experienced Teaching Artists, carefully selected by Queensland Theatre. For their pastoral care, participants are divided into House Parent Groups of approximately 15 students. Each House Parent is experienced in working with young people and we ensure a number of House Parents have First Aid Training. All staff onsite have successfully passed a Working with Children Check by the Queensland Government. Students are supervised at all times and Queensland Theatre exercises all due care, but also requires students to act with respect and care during the week.
• Core Group and Afternoon Workshop tuition (over 40 hours of class time)
• Five nights’ accommodation in dorm style rooms
• All meals (including morning and afternoon tea)
• Tickets to a mainstage theatre production and a touring in-school show
• All-inclusive social and cultural program, including networking opportunities, a theatre panel with Queensland Theatre artists and other social activities
• Tickets for family members and friends to attend the TRW Showcase