View Street Studio
Welcome to our View Street Members
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We Are Still Open!
Monday classes - 8th December - 10 -11.30 am
Tuesday Classes - 8th December - 12.30-2 pm
(Crook Street Included)
Wednesday Classes - 8th December - 3 - 4.30 pm
Students to wear drama black
We supply all additional costume pieces
Tickets will be available from October 7th
See to the left - Term Dates and Fees for more info.
Teacher - Crook Street and View Street
First Alise on Maternity Leave and now Olivia is off to England for 3 weeks - Paging Daniel to the Drama Room!
I Have Questions?
If you would like a discussion on the progress of your child in drama classes if unable to catch their teacher before or after class please email Alise firstname.lastname@example.org
Available for use before and after class for students and parents. Please ensure your students wait in this area for pick up and drop off to ensure supervision and safety is taken care of.
Sarah Sinapius - T
Daniel Socin - M
Olivia Jacobs - W
A call out for child actors - ABC TV
FILMING - In Bendigo
Looking for - Children aged 9- 15 years
Contact email@example.com or 0411 494 040 to discuss further.
In my discussions with Graeme I suggested an email response with a basic info sheet for interested kids!
See attached form - as you will notice it is nothing flash, it is not a resume but gives Graeme a little bit more information to go on when he gets called by everyone!
READ ON for all the info!
Graeme de Vallance is starting on a new TV Series for the ABC. “Are You Tougher than Your Ancestors?” it is a fun and immersive living history series that pits the skills of today’s kids against the exploits of children from Australia’s past, to find out how they measure up!
Fun and fast paced, the series takes today's kids on a wild ride back through time, where they learn as much about themselves as they do about history. Drawing from our rich indigenous and multicultural heritage, the series challenges stereotypes and allows our kids to experience the past in ways they never imagined. They wrestle with disgusting chores, master mind-bending challenges and perform incredible feats of ingenuity as they get down and dirty walking a mile in the shoes of our ancestors. At the end of each episode we find out whether they were up to the task… and what they discover might just surprise us all!
I am now in a position to find our child participants to take part in re-enacting the amazing story of Christina Ti from 1892
Looking for children aged 9-15 with a range of experience to take part in this unique experience.
We are open to children with all backgrounds and abilities. No Acrobatic skills required.
Dai Gum San: Chinese Easter Festival
? Location: Bendigo, Victoria
Nine year old Cristina Ti performed in one of the most popular acts of the 1892
Bendigo Easter Festival, an incredible, gravity defying display of traditional Chinese
acrobatic techniques. She somersaulted on a high wire and dived through spinning
hoops. Can our two modern acrobats master her techniques and put on a show that
draws the crowds?
By the late 1800’s the Victorian Gold Rush was all but over. A strong Chinese
community had come to Australia to try their luck when the gold was flowing, and
when it dried up many of the Chinese settled in the Bendigo region, including
Our modern acrobats will attempt to master Cristina’s acrobatic feats, based on
historical Chinese routines that only exist in the history books. Can our kids revive
these lost arts and pull off a solo performance?
A deep dive into a Chinese acrobatic tradition going back 2,000 years, our kids will
attempt feats of strength and daring that they never thought possible. Training with
our History Helper skilled in the art of Chinese acrobatics, our gymnasts will learn
tricks and movements they’ve never attempted before. They’ll have to experiment
with different styles until they decide on a routine, so tightrope walking, hoop
diving, pole climbing, somersaults and aerial leaps are all on the agenda.
Accompanied by spinning flags and cymbals, perfecting their routine will take a lot
When our two modern acrobats are close to mastering their Chinese acrobatics,
they will be told that they also have to perform with a troupe (as opposed to solo) in
Wushu Kung Fu (martial arts moves not for fighting, but for performance). It’s one
thing to perform solo, but quite another to learn the martial arts choreography to
perform in a team.
Can our performers learn their Wushu Kung Fu performance moves for the troupe
performance, and perfect their routines for their own acrobatic show?
Due to classes not running on a public holiday or cancellation we like to offer the students a chance to attend professional theatre shows in Bendigo. If your student attend these classes the cost of these Spacial Events are covered within your fee structure.
Special Events are offered to all PT students at a discounted price. Sign up Sheets available at venue for correct ticket purchase - added to Term 3 invoice or paid on order
The events area attended by all Props Staff and we treat them as PT excursions which have a great benefit to the students theatre learning and social aspects of drama classes.