Exclusive opportunities for schools including performances and Q&A sessions, as well as our professional development program: a series of workshops conducted by artists working on our 2019 season.



Exclusive shows for school students will take place on Friday afternoons and will be followed by artists' conversations and Q&A sessions. 

Gruesome Playground Injuries
: Friday 14th June 2019

: Friday 6th September 2019

Oleanna: Friday 8th November 2019 


For 70-- postcodes $20 per student, up to three teachers free
For all other postcodes $15 per student, up to three teachers free

Please note these prices are exclusive to our schools shows. Tickets for students to all other performances are $25: our under 30 price. Teachers range between $25 and $52, depending on concession status. Seating is strictly limited: don't miss out on local, professional exceptional theatre.

For more information or to book, please don't hesitate to contact our Marketing Co-ordinator:
maeve (at)



Suiting the Action to the Word: a One-Day Workshop in Voice and Practical Aesthetics with Rob Maxwell

June 29th 2019,
10am – 5pm

This dynamic one-day workshop brings two essential components of the actor’s craft together: vocal technique and acting technique. In the first half we will focus on freeing and enriching the voice, through a series of explorations that covers: the action of breath; resonance; tone; and consonant energy & articulation. Participants will then be given the opportunity to find a deeper imaginative and visceral connection to a piece of text of their choosing. In the second half we will explore the technique and philosophy of Practical Aesthetics, giving actors a solid foundation in script analysis, while enhancing their ability to impulsively work from moment-to-moment. We will explore how the illusion of character can be created through action and deep personalization, if we fully commit with bravery, will and common sense. Participants will walk away from the workshop with a simple yet highly effective set of tools that can immediately be applied to their work on stage and screen.


Rob is a Tasmanian actor and educator currently based in Sydney. He holds a Master of Fine Arts in Voice from NIDA, and is a graduate of the Atlantic Acting School in New York City, where he studied the Practical Aesthetics technique for two years. Rob has worked extensively as an actor and teacher both here in Australia and overseas, including residencies at Yale School of Drama, Carnegie Mellon University, and Rose Bruford College. He advocates a training that integrates voice, body, and imagination, to deepen communication, human behavior, and creativity. Rob is currently a voice and acting tutor at NIDA, working across the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting), Master of Fine Arts (Voice), and NIDA Open programs.

You can learn a little more about the Practical Aesthetics approach to acting here.

For more information or to book, please don't hesitate to contact our Marketing Co-ordinator: maeve (at) tastheatre.29th

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