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Little Eggs specialises in workshops for Years 9-12 based in devising original work and/or adapting classic works for the stage. These workshops can provide students with a unique and personal understanding of a text and/or gear students to approach their original HSC Group Performances with confidence and excitement.
Three of our teaching artists will help students to theatricalise ideas through ensemble-based exercises in sound, movement and spoken word.
If you're interested in having Little Eggs visit your school, send us an email via our CONTACT page.
"The boys learned key skills for devising under their expert guidance and had loads of fun in the process! A big thank you to the wonderful creatives who gave their time and energy to nurture our boys' theatrical understanding."
- Epping Boys High School
"I have been eager to work with Little Eggs since mid-2019 after hearing about their company from a colleague. Of all the performance workshops I have run with Stage 6 students, this is certainly the most tailored to the HSC Drama syllabus. Our students participated in an Individual Project workshop where they worked with industry professionals to develop their work. The advice Julia provided to my performers was incredibly valuable and as a teacher who works so closely with the students it is so crucial to get "fresh eyes" on the work. This dramaturgical approach also helped the students to think more critically about their intentions on stage, resulting in stronger monologue performances.
Unfortunately with the global impact of COVID in 2020, and the subsequent cancellation of the Group Performance, we were unable to experience the depth of programs Little Eggs can offer but I am already looking to book their Playbuilding workshops in 2021 for my new cohorts. Cannot recommend more!"
- Cheltenham Girls High School
"The Little Eggs Education team were a welcome burst of energy into our Drama community at Gymea. They were able to cohesively integrate and engage students across Stage 5 and 6 with enthusiam, professionalism and humour.
A real highlight was allowing my students to see how collaboration in a real ensemble company works through sharing and owning ideas and realising what is best for a group to move forward. Their passion and lived experience of acting and working within the Theatre community in Sydney brought a new lens for my student to see themselves and their creations through.
Mat, Annie and Callum were each able to work with three different year groups on their group devised assessments, giving fresh eyes and ideas to the playbuilding and creative process. My students were energised, felt safe enough to task risks and learned so much from their experience with Little Eggs to take them into their assessments and future devising tasks with confidence."
- Gymea Technology High School