TAG meets one Saturday a month, 10am – 1pm, and each month we explore a different aspect of theatre. For example, last year we did improvisations, scene work, directing, voice, mime, Sword fighting and more.

TAG is not just about acting. We pride ourselves in creating a supportive atmosphere where the students can be themselves, to create, develop, follow their passion and become a cohesive unit whereby, as is often the case in life, the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.

At the beginning of 2015 we staged ‘James and Giant Peach’ and won a variety of awards:

 Adjudicators’ Certificates for
STRONG YOUTH PERFORMANCE IN A LEADING ROLE
STRONG COMEDIC DUO
 AILSA TRAVERS AWARD FOR BEST COSTUMED PRODUCTION
WINNER: JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH FOR CREATIVITY
PRESIDENT’S ENCOURAGEMENT AWARD
KATIE TONER for her passion for TAG and direction of and passion for James and the Giant Peach.

It was with great pleasure, that we presented the 2016 Garrick one acts, directed by two of TAG’s older students, Jordan Tabb and Caitlyn Roberts who put their hearts and souls into these productions, “The Snow Queen” and “Dreamjobs”, overcoming all the trials and tribulations of being a director! Their creativity and dedication was a testament to them and made us very proud. These were entered into the annual Youth fest and won several commendations.

We strongly encourage not only the students become a part of the theatre as whole, on stage and off, but also the parents.

This years one act is being directed by Caitlyn again and is “Game Of Tiaras” a cross between King Lear and Game Of Thrones with fairytale characters. Production date is August 16 – 19th.

Please contact caitlynr45@gmail.com for more information and check out Garrick’s audition page.

TAG membership costs $10 per calendar year

Gail Lusted, Drama B.Ed (Hons), Grad Dip. Dance/Drama (Secondary).

For expressions of interest or more information please contact me at glusted@westnet.com.au

PS. I am a Drama Teacher with over 20 years of experience in all aspects of theatre.