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1 Venue

Ballroom at Carclew

Carclew House, 11 Jeffcott St, North Adelaide, SA, 5006

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Occasional, Mild

About this event

Hunter and Alex break into the school at night. The teachers all think they’re trouble makers anyway, so they might as well make it worthwhile, right? But Scribble and Z are also on their way, and Alana-Rey and JJ have destructive plans of their own. Paths cross, windows smash and friendships are tested.

Set just before lock-down due to a global pandemic, this story follows a group of teenagers who all surreptitiously choose the same night to prove friendships, enact revenge, and make sacrifices for the people they love.

What you think you know to be true depends significantly on where you’re standing.

Additional resources for schools include a 15min radio play, teacher's notes and Q&A sessions after performances. Visit http://carclew.com.au/Program/ExpressWay for further information.

Presented by:
Carclew's ExpressWay Arts

ExpressWay Arts is an initiative of Carclew undertaken jointly with the City of Onkaparinga which aims to nurture and invest in young people’s creativity in the southern suburbs of Adelaide. Meeting every Friday at the Arts Centre, Port Noarlunga, ExpressWay Arts supports young creatives from the southern suburbs in developing their theatre and art making practices by equipping them with skills in acting, writing, devising, directing, film making and more. ExpressWay Arts employs experienced professional artists to mentor the young ensemble.

LockDown is facilitated by Lead Artist, Dr Sarah Peters using practice-led methodologies. Sarah is researching best practice pedagogy for participant-led youth arts projects

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