The Disappearances Project, an intimate theatre work co-directed by CTP staff member, Yana Taylor, in which she also performs, received a Helpmann Award nomination in the ‘Best Regional Touring Production’ category. This piece explores the effects of long-term missing persons cases on family members and communities. It traces the trajectories of hope in the shattered lives of those left behind over years of police investigations in a range of unexplained disappearances. The Helpmann announcement follows rave reviews for the work at the Brighton Festival UK in May. This work was devised by a creative team from company version 1.0, including composer Paul Prestipino, performer-co-devisor, Irving Gregory, co-director David Williams, filmmaker Dan Jameison and cinematographer, Sean Bacon.
How does a play further human health?
Monash CTP’s, Assoc Prof Jane Montgomery-Griffiths spoke with the team at Monash Arts recently about a … Continue reading How does a play further human health?
Are you a Monash CTP graduate?
HELP SPREAD THE WORD! Do you know a Monash CTP GRADUATE? Could be as recent … Continue reading Are you a Monash CTP graduate?
Performance Minor students get a masterclass
Dan Koop, Creative Program Producer of Melbourne Fringe, and CTP graduate, dropped by recently to … Continue reading Performance Minor students get a masterclass
Public Speaking Masterclass is a hit!
Over the weekend, the Centre for Theatre and Performance conducted an exclusive masterclass to assist with the … Continue reading Public Speaking Masterclass is a hit!
BEOWULF – a discussion!
Recently our CTP 2iC and brilliant theatre maker, Felix Nobis, took to the stage at … Continue reading BEOWULF – a discussion!
The Spectrum of Indian Theatre with Monash
The exceptional Monash guest lecturer Prof Vanashree will be giving a Public Lecture on:- ‘The … Continue reading The Spectrum of Indian Theatre with Monash
CTP students take ‘Awakening’ to fortyfivedownstairs
‘Awakening’ @ fortyfivedownstairs This exceptional production showcases the exquisite talents of a number of brilliantly … Continue reading CTP students take ‘Awakening’ to fortyfivedownstairs
‘Research Currents’ for Post-Grad
As part of the CTP’s Research Seminar Series 2017, there will be three amazing and … Continue reading ‘Research Currents’ for Post-Grad
JOHN CAGE’s 4’33” @ Monash
The week before mid-semester break, CTP’s Theatre Theories 1 class conducted a performance of the … Continue reading JOHN CAGE’s 4’33” @ Monash
Musical Theatre Students FLY!
The CTP are thrilled to announce that the students of the newly-revised Musical Theatre unit … Continue reading Musical Theatre Students FLY!
Public Speaking Masterclass
PUBLIC SPEAKING MASTERCLASS May 6th 10am – 2.30pm ALL welcome – current students and Alumni … Continue reading Public Speaking Masterclass
Women in Mahabharata
As part of the CTP’s Research Seminar Series 2017, the wonderful and passionate theatre maker … Continue reading Women in Mahabharata