Marian Street Theatre for Young People
Business contacts Marian Street Theatre for Young People
Australian Business Number (ABN) 89635211027
Parental supervision Drop-off
Type of sessions Group
Kids age groups 4-6 years old, 7-9 years old, 10-12 years old, 13-15 years old, 15-18 years old
Cafeteria on site No
Costs Per session / class, Per term, Short term contract
Details of these costs Term fees: $195 or semester fee: $340. New student enrolment fee of $16.50. For the accessible drama costs, please call the office.
Opening & Closing time 10am - 6pm Mon-Thurs and Sat. We're often out at classes or rehearsals, so do leave us a message if we're not here!
This business has no special offers.
July Holiday Workshops!
Event price: $50+
Age group accepted: 5-8 year olds, 8-10 year olds, 10-12 year olds, 12-15 year olds
Parental Supervision: Drop Off
Want to get some drama in but super busy during the term time? Drama Workshops and Courses are a great way to stock up on creativity during the holidays.
For those who can get quite shy, drama builds confidence. For those who are already confident, it provides vital focus skills and develop creative thinking as well as group skills.
Marian Street Theatre for Young People has an excellent reputation for drama - in case you haven't heard of us before, we are the premier Drama School for young people on the North Shore and have helped thousands of parents, children and families since 1969.
5 days of drama
3hrs per day
Convenient locations in Gordon, Killara and Chatswood
Perform at the end of the week for family and friends!
Taught by our teaching artists
Includes voice, movement, improvisation, prepared pieces, working in groups and also in pairs
Small class sizes - capped at 16 students (and often smaller)
Easy online bookings
Price conscious - $270 for the week
No booking fees if you then join the weekly classes
Maya and the Sea Dragon
Event price: $20 to $50
Price details: Prices: Children $22; Adults $27; Families of four $85; Groups of 10 or more $19 p.h (early bird bookings until Friday 31st May)
Age group accepted: 0-3 year olds, 3-5 year olds, 5-8 year olds, 8-10 year olds
Parental Supervision: Required
Shhh! There’s a secret lying at the bottom of Sydney Harbour...
Can you help us look for it?
Dive down deep with us as we join Maya and her seahorse friend Koru, as they embark on an underwater adventure and discover the wonders lying beneath the waves.
What will happen when the ancient seadragon wakes?
Will they find the Weedy Seadragon in time?
Written by award-winning author Wendy Blaxland, Maya and the Sea Dragon is a beautiful new work, brought to life by the performers at MSTYP. Packed with all the characters of the sea, puppetry, music, and the magic of theatre, this world premiere is part of Marian Street Theatre for Young People’s 50th birthday celebrations.
Come with us on the adventure…
Maya and the Sea Dragon by Marian St Theatre for Young People
Venue: Knox Cultural Centre, located near Borambil St., Pacific Highway, Wahroonga
Season: Saturday 6th July - Saturday 20th July
Times: 10.30am and 1pm (1pm only on Saturdays, no performances Sundays)
Weekly Drama Classes
Age group accepted: 8-10 year olds, 10-12 year olds
Drama develops confident, creative young people.
Children build vocal skills, physical expression and imagination through the weekly classes – and have lots of fun working together. Vocal and physical communication is developed so our young people can be seen and heard clearly on the stage. Children often work in groups, and sometimes in pairs to create devised theatre pieces and present them back to the class. These can often be fun and quirky, or more serious pieces – depending on the children’s imaginations! Each class begins with a vocal and physical warm-up.
The class includes:
• Vocal exercises in projection, clarity and diction
• Movement skills for physical expression
• Exercises in relaxation and breathing
• Focus and communication – preparing students for improvisation and the ability to present theatrical work with power and clarity
• Stage techniques – the basics needed to be seen and heard on stage
• Play production – creative and problem-solving skills are developed. Sometimes this class touches on script-work
Drama can also be a great way to develop confidence and creativity with other, like-minded children.
Age group accepted: 15-18 year olds
An accessible drama class for 12 young people aged 14-26 with an intellectual disability. Participating with others in fun inclusive drama exercises and improvisational games gives young people an outlet for their creative expression, builds confidence and develops communication skills. The course will culminate in a short performance for family and friends at the year’s end.
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