"Having children with intellectual difficulties in the theatre group creates a safe and unjudging environment in which spontaneity, humour and feeling flourish", Jo Karaolis, Former Principal, St Lucy's School
The project provides outstanding drama training and performance experiences for students working together from mainstream schools and St Lucy's.
Drama coaches and professional artists are among the best in Australia. They give their time and skills to crete workshops and performances for children of all abilities.
The children have fun while learning performance, movement and voice skills.
The project runs for the entire year and culminates in Term 4 with a production created and performed by the students.
- Guillaume Barriere
- Catherine McGraffin
- Andy Cutcliffe
- Lucy Egger
Professional actors or performers are always being sought to provide fresh professional input to the St Lucy's Theatre Project. We would like to hear from you.
What will your child gain?
The children gain confidence and self-awareness. They develop strong performance voices and the capacity to interact effectively on stage with other performers.
Students from mainstream schools form friendships with the St Lucy's students, enriching lives and attitudes of both.
How do we join?
When and Where?
Company A - Mondays, 3.00 - 4.30 pm
Company B - Mondays, 3.15 - 4.45 pm, during school term.
Creative Arts Centre, St Lucy's School, 21 Cleveland Street, Wahroonga, NSW.