Classes

Last week for term 3 is September 24-29!

2018 Term 4 class booking links below

Term 4 2018 classes -listed Mon-Sun, then by age group underneath.
Terms and conditions, please read before enrolling:  

Enrollments are first come first served unless by invitation. We try to cap our classes at a maximum of 15 participants, although this is at the discretion of the Managing Director. Our terms usually follow the public school terms and it is expected students will participate in show and tells or performances in the final week of class. Age cohorts are selected for a reason – please do not ask for your child to enter a class above their age range. From time to time one of the tutors may recommend that a student goes up an age level after they have worked with them.

Term Fees must be paid in advance via our online booking system unless an agreement has been entered into with Bec. Enrollments are non-refundable once term has commenced and discounts are usually not available for starting late in the term.  bec.pannell@sayarts.com.au

Discounts: Sibling discounts apply to the second and each subsequent sibling enrolled (except for Little Tacker classes). Use the code SiblingDiscount ***you must do as two separate enrollments and apply to code to SECOND ETC child only***.  Email Bec about any scholarships available or any discounts that might apply. We have 10 indigenous/new arrivals scholarships available each year, please ask Bec for information on how to apply. All scholarships are at the discretion of the Managing Director.

Cancellation of classes. If a class doesn’t achieve the minimum number of attendees it may be cancelled and other classes recommended for those enrolled. Should a week’s class need to be cancelled during term then the parents/guardians will be contacted via email or a text to the emergency contact number provided. Occasionally due to other work commitments or illness a tutor may be replaced by another SAYarts or guest tutor or assistant.

What to bring & wear to class: All our students are required to wear comfortable clothing that is suitable to move around in – this means students should wear clothing such as bike shorts, jeans, leggings etc to minimise their embarrassment when we ask them to do a handstand or lie on the ground. All students should BYO water. We expect mobile phones to be switched to silent. We strongly encourage personal hygiene such as deodorant for our upper primary + students as we are often working very closely together!

Attendance, Arrival and Collection of students. Please text Bec on 0400 202 399 if you / your child are going to be late to a class or will be absent from a class. We request that students do not arrive more than 15 minutes before class, and that they are collected promptly at class finishing time. Failure to collect students in a timely manner may incur a charge of $30 for every fifteen minutes after class finishing time. Parents are given an opportunity to observe the term’s work at the end of term/year. At all other times parents are not permitted to attend the classes as this impacts on the students’ concentration and teamwork.

Disclaimer: Please read our home page for our values and philosophy – our focus is more on development of the whole person rather than creating individual stars. We reserve the right to remove a student if we believe that the class is detrimental to them or they are detrimental to the class. Respectful behaviour is expected at all times. You can read our Child Safe Policy here: Child Safe Policy Feb 2015

We look forward to welcoming you to our SAYarts community of creative minds and makers.
Any queries, please call Bec on 0400 202 399.

TERM 4 classes live from 17 September

Mondays term 4 Monday 15 October-10 December. No classes on public holidays

Venue: Red Door Utopia Community Centre, 157 Goodwood Rd, Goodwood (off Angus St)
Making Theatre (10-12 years)
4.30-6.30pm
Tutor: Sean Riley
($277 per term – fees pro rata across year to deduct public holidays inc $25.28 GST ++ booking fees)
Book here: https://www.trybooking.com/427405

Making Theatre (13-15 years)
6.30-8.30pm
Tutor: Sean Riley
($277 per term – fees pro rata across year to deduct public holidays inc $25.28 GST ++ booking fees)
Book here: https://www.trybooking.com/427404

 

Tuesdays term 4  October 16 – December 11

Venue: Red Door Utopia Community Centre, 157 Goodwood Rd, Goodwood (off Angus St)
Making Theatre (10-12 years)
4.30-6.30pm
Tutor: Sean Riley
($308 inc $28 GST ++ booking fees)
Book here: https://www.trybooking.com/427403

Troupe Mythos  (18-25 years or by invitation) This class contains adult content, please do not enroll if you are under 18 without Bec’s permission and written permission from a parent/guardian
6.30-8.30pm
Tutor: Sean Riley
Emerging & young adults (minors with permission only), a level of emotional maturity and performance experience is necessary. Adult themes. Senior high school students may be invited.
This performance troupe will work with director & playwright Sean Riley on creating, altering, & devising myths, fables and legends into newly minted performance works.
($308 inc $28 GST ++ booking fees)
Book here:https://www.trybooking.com/427402

 

Wednesdays term 4 October 17-December 12

Venue: Mitcham Cultural Village, 103c Princes Rd, Mitcham
Little Tackers (5-8 years)
4-5pm ** note 1 hour class**
Tutor: Claire Glenn
($160 inc $14.5 GST ++ Booking fees)
Book here: https://www.trybooking.com/427401

Tackers Take Mitcham (9-12 years)
5-6.30pm ** 1.5 hour class**
Tutor: Claire Glenn
($250 inc 22.70 GST ++ booking fees)
Book here:https://www.trybooking.com/427399

 

Venue: Unley RSL 29 Arthur St Unley
Making Theatre (13-15 years)
4.30-6.30pm
Tutor: Sean Riley
($308 inc $28 GST ++ booking fees)
Book here: https://www.trybooking.com/427400

Making Theatre (15-17 years) ** this group is devising a piece called The History of Boys & Girls**
6.30-8.30pm
Tutor: Sean Riley
($308 inc $28 GST ++ booking fees)
Book here: https://www.trybooking.com/427397

 

Thursdays term 4 October 18 – December 13

 Venue: Red Door Utopia Community Centre, 157 Goodwood Rd, Goodwood (off Angus St)
Making Theatre (9-11 years)
4.30-6.30pm
Tutor: Sean Riley
($308 inc $28 GST ++ booking fees)
Book here: https://www.trybooking.com/427395

Play/Write (13 years and up)
6.45-8.45pm
Tutor: Sean Riley
($308 inc $28 GST ++ booking fees)
Book here: https://www.trybooking.com/427394

Sean Riley will guide Adelaide’s next generation of storytellers as they put ideas on paper, and create flesh & blood characters each week. Expect writing assignments. Bring a fully charged laptop or other writing implements and a good sense of humour. Moved reading of selected works later in the year.

 

Venue: Cumberland Park Community Centre 388-390 Goodwood Rd, enter via Goodwood Rd,
drive through to carpark past other community centre building.
The Award-winning On The Fringe (13-17 years)
NEW STUDENTS WELCOME FOR OUR 2019 SHOW
Tutor: Claire Glenn,
($308 inc $28 GST ++ booking fees)
Book here: https://www.trybooking.com/427396

Curtain Call Awards ATG 2016 winner Best Youth Theatre, Adelaide Critic’s Circle Nominee Best Emerging Professional Artist 2016. 

 

Fridays – no classes

 

Saturdays term 4 20 October- 8 December – no class 15/12

Venue: Unley Community Centre, 18 Arthur St Unley
Little Tackers (5-7 years)
10.15-11.15am *1 hour only*
Tutor: Sean Riley
($160 inc $14.5 GST ++ Booking fees)
Book here: https://www.trybooking.com/427391

Tackers (8-10 year olds)
11.15am-1.15pm
Tutor: Sean Riley
($286 inc $26 GST + CC Fee 2.1% + .50c trans fee)
Book here:https://www.trybooking.com/427390

 

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS IN AGE ORDER BELOW

All classes are required to present work on Showcase day, Sat 22 December 2018 at the Goodwood Institute.

5-7 years (Unley), or 5-8 years (Mitcham) Little Tackers
Tutor: Sean Riley @Unley, Claire Glenn @Mitcham
The ultimate introduction to the amazing world of theatre – tailored to suit any child with imagination. Tutor Claire Glenn will play games galore and begin working towards a pint-sized end of term performance outcome.

Builds confidence, resilience, social and teambuilding skills. Improves communication. Encourages play and storytelling.

Little Tackers present in-house end of term/year shows. Craft, costumes and theatre-making are involved! Bring a healthy snack and water.

 

8-10 or 9-12 years, Tackers, & Tackers Take Mitcham
Tutor: Sean Riley @Unley, Claire Glenn @Mitcham
Theatre games, improvisation and all the tools of theatre craft are shared by Claire Glenn in this class designed for the next generation of SAYarts performers. Play and fun are encouraged! Enjoy a performance at the end of term for parents and friends! We encourage parents to send their kids along with a healthy snack and please ensure they have water!

Builds confidence, resilience, social and teambuilding skills. Improves communication. Encourages play and empathy.

 

Making Theatre,  classes range from 9-11, to 10-12, to 13-15, 15-17 years, various days, various locations. Some classes end up in dedicated production outcomes and will be closed to new members until the end of the performance season.
Tutor: Sean Riley
Join award winning theatre maker Sean Riley as he leads you through the inspiring roller-coaster of creativity that is making theatre. Devising, script work, and story telling meet in this class that has proven a success for over 20 years!

Builds confidence, resilience and empathy. Improves social skills, creative thinking, sharing and communication.

 

13-17 year olds  Thursdays On The Fringe
Tutor: Claire Glenn
This is our dedicated Adelaide Fringe performance troupe who make theatre around themes that they are inspired by, provoked by, challenged by. Working alongside industry professionals, the ensemble have a strong January school holiday rehearsal commitment, and perform across a week during the Fringe. They work across genres. Their last three seasons have pretty well sold out, and they have even won an ATG award, and been nominated for an Adelaide Critic’s Circle Award.

 

13-25 years, Play/Write
Tutor: Sean Riley
So you wannabe a serious playwright or even a screenwriter? This is an amazing opportunity to learn from one of our best youth theatre practitioners, SAYarts’ Artistic Director Sean Riley. Sean has an impressive record of plays to his name, and as a director, he also understands the whole theatre-making process. Sean’s on the search for the next generation of storytellers. Learn how to get those ideas onto the page, and from page to stage.  Want to understand the basic demands of storytelling? Show don’t tell? Need help putting flesh and blood on those characters? Or just want to understand plotlines and other basic techniques?
A moved reading of selected works is scheduled for later in the year. Bring FULLY charged laptops or tablets, pen & paper, a sense of humour, and some of those ideas that have been haunting you! Writing assignments will be given.

 

18-25 years, Mythconception (AKA Guerilla Theatre) Ensemble
This group usually works towards an in-house or a public performance outcome. Current project: Grimmer Fairytales

Tutor: Nicole Allen
Experienced tutor, theatre-maker and dance teacher Nicole Allen will guide this group through experimental, political and spontaneous theatre styles and genres, culminating in a group devised performance in association with a playwright.  Courage, experimentation and issues are the hallmarks of this class.

Past productions have included the sold-out brave anti-violence show Predator (2015) and Aftershocks written by Sean Riley and Directed by Nicole Allen for SA Health about grief post-suicide (2016/2017) forming part of Mitcham Council’s suicide prevention strategy. Builds performance skills, communication, resilience, planning and organization, and creative skills. Encourages empathy, negotiation, and teamwork.

 

18-25 year olds + senior high school students, Tuesdays, 6.30-8.30pm Troupe Mythos (Senior Ensemble)

A theatre-making and devising course for 18-25 year olds  & invited senior students with Sean Riley’s proven making and acting methods. Long form improv, script construction, vignettes. Members of the group are encouraged to submit writing and ideas for performance creation and workshopping.  Led by director and playwright Sean Riley. Strong language and adult themes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Artistic Director Sean RIley

 

 

Monsters & Gods in Heavy Night

Monsters & Gods in Heavy Night