Seymour Centre and Treehouse Theatre present

Found

3 - 4 Nov 2022

See Found in 2022 and watch young refugees who have experienced the horror of war, trauma and persecution perform their own true stories in a symphony of spoken word, music and movement.

Young refugees now attending Miller High School and Intensive English Centre will charm and inspire with their humour, honesty and innocence as they perform pivotal moments from their lives. It’s the magic of authentic voices, calling us to share their stories of horror and joy, of laughter and pain, of wonder and resilience.

Found assists non-refugee students to better appreciate the lives of their refugee classmates who are struggling with current resettlement issues and past trauma. Refugee and migrant students in the audience will feel acknowledged and recognised.

See Found at Seymour Centre this November.

 

Image credit: Jorge Aparicio, Fito Photos

Directors Ruth Hartcher-O'Brien, Catherine Maguire-Donvito, Isaac Owen 

Tickets
$20 per student. One teacher free per 20 students; $20 for each additional teacher. 

Payment
Find out how our school bookings process works. Full payment for this event is due by Thu 8 Sep 2022.

Curriculum links
Suitable for students in years 5 to 12:
Stage 3 English, Creative Arts, History.
Stage 4 English, Drama, Geography, Dance.
Stage 5 English, Drama, History, Geography.
Stage 6 History Extension, Geography, Society and Culture, Drama (Preliminary and HSC).

Detailed curriculum links can be found here

Post-show Q&As
Join the Found team for a 5-minute Q&A following each performance.

Resources
A Teacher Resource Kit will be available for all bookings. 

Your visit
Find out how to get here, where to eat and when to arrive.
Find out about our COVID-Safe measures.

Risk assessment
Find our 2022 risk assessment information here.

We are a registered COVID-Safe business with measures in place to make your next Seymour visit safe and enjoyable. You can find out more about our safety measures for the general public here and for school groups here, and we will also send safety information directly to you prior to your visit. To ensure we can reach you, we recommend checking that your contact information is up to date.

York Theatre

Thu 3 Nov 10am, 12:30pm
Fri 4 Nov 10am, 12:30pm, 7pm

90 minutes (no interval, duration includes 5-minute post-show Q&A). 

School student $20
Teacher $20*
Full $35
Concession $25

$6 transaction fee applies.

*One teacher free per 20 students; $20 for each additional teacher.

If you are booking with a Parents NSW voucher, please note multiple vouchers can be used per transaction, up to a total transaction amount of $250. Vouchers can only be redeemed when booking online. Read more.

Contains haze smoke and loud or sudden noises. Photography and filming prohibited. 

The only authorised ticket seller for this event is Seymour Centre. If you purchase from an unauthorised seller, you risk that your tickets may be fake or invalid.

York Theatre

Thu 3 Nov 10am, 12:30pm
Fri 4 Nov 10am, 12:30pm, 7pm

90 minutes (no interval, duration includes 5-minute post-show Q&A). 

School student $20
Teacher $20*
Full $35
Concession $25

$6 transaction fee applies.

*One teacher free per 20 students; $20 for each additional teacher.

If you are booking with a Parents NSW voucher, please note multiple vouchers can be used per transaction, up to a total transaction amount of $250. Vouchers can only be redeemed when booking online. Read more.

Contains haze smoke and loud or sudden noises. Photography and filming prohibited. 

The only authorised ticket seller for this event is Seymour Centre. If you purchase from an unauthorised seller, you risk that your tickets may be fake or invalid.

Directors Ruth Hartcher-O'Brien, Catherine Maguire-Donvito, Isaac Owen 

Tickets
$20 per student. One teacher free per 20 students; $20 for each additional teacher. 

Payment
Find out how our school bookings process works. Full payment for this event is due by Thu 8 Sep 2022.

Curriculum links
Suitable for students in years 5 to 12:
Stage 3 English, Creative Arts, History.
Stage 4 English, Drama, Geography, Dance.
Stage 5 English, Drama, History, Geography.
Stage 6 History Extension, Geography, Society and Culture, Drama (Preliminary and HSC).

Detailed curriculum links can be found here

Post-show Q&As
Join the Found team for a 5-minute Q&A following each performance.

Resources
A Teacher Resource Kit will be available for all bookings. 

Your visit
Find out how to get here, where to eat and when to arrive.
Find out about our COVID-Safe measures.

Risk assessment
Find our 2022 risk assessment information here.

We are a registered COVID-Safe business with measures in place to make your next Seymour visit safe and enjoyable. You can find out more about our safety measures for the general public here and for school groups here, and we will also send safety information directly to you prior to your visit. To ensure we can reach you, we recommend checking that your contact information is up to date.

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