The Seymour’s 2017 Secondary Arts Education program offers productions, workshops and events suitable for years 7-12.
Your students will have their classroom learning illuminated through a trip to see live theatre.
Plays that are studied in books will leap off the page in vivid reality and difficult concepts will suddenly make sense. Your students will experience new worlds, their horizons will be broadened and, as a result, they will blossom into creative and critical thinkers.
Full curriculum links and syllabus outcomes are available on the individual show pages.
For more information, or to have a 2017 Education Brochure mailed out to you, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A Midsummer Night’s Dream22 - 26 May
In the heat of the shortest night of the year, young lovers and work-a-day dreamers plunge into a world between sleep and waking, where "everything seems double". One of Shakespeare’s truly essential works, ‘Dream’ warns us that family, love and friendship are fragile.
Cyrano de Bergerac15 - 24 June
Cyrano de Bergerac is a finely crafted romantic comedy exploring the love-triangle between Cyrano, a poet and soldier with an impossibly gigantic nose, who loves the beautiful Roxane but lacks the courage to tell her, wooing her instead through the good looks of a young hero, Christian.