CTP is proud to present another season of free lunchtime theatre this April. Three for Free is now in its 5th year and this year we are offering our best season so far. Check the site, lock in the dates, grab your lunch and join us at the Alexander Theatre the first three Wednesday afternoons in April!
This year we welcome British performance academic and storyteller Paul Woodward tracing moments from his relationship with his late father in Fathers and Feathers. Lily Fish will perform Yarn, an original solo theatre work that combines rich poetic text, intricate physical performance, clowning and object play. It is a story about stories. To round out this season, Thomas Lawton presents Disregarding She, inspired by Euripides’ Medea, telling the story of a damaged young woman called Emma who has begun to blur the lines between reality and literature.
Montgomery-Griffiths in MacBeth!
MACBETH opens at the Melbourne Theatre Company on 5th June – just a few days … Continue reading Montgomery-Griffiths in MacBeth!
Monash Meets Malthouse ‘When can an artist reply to a critic?’
MONASH MEETS MALTHOUSE THEATRE / WILD BORE The Centre for Theatre and Performance at … Continue reading Monash Meets Malthouse ‘When can an artist reply to a critic?’
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!