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These sessions use drama games to teach basic drama skills, including focus, communication and creativity. No one will be asked to perform, act or anything like that. Just play and have fun.

  • Mon, 23 Apr at 10AM
  • Ages 7-11 years
  • Free
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  • Mon, 23 Apr at 10AM
  • Tue, 24 Apr at 10AM
  • Wed, 25 Apr at 10AM
  • Thu, 26 Apr at 10AM
  • Fri, 27 Apr at 10AM
About

These sessions are not about learning how to act or learning to become an actor. They are about playing and having fun. Through drama games participants will build confidence and creative skills all while having fun.
This programme is set up to fit this particular age group. It also caters for the dynamics of a modern families busy term break schedule with paryicipants able to register for the days they are free or for the whole week. So come and hang out and play some games.
All you need to do is register with Te Oro and come in clothes you would normally wear for sports as the games can be very physical.
A light morning tea will be provided.

Jason Te Kare - T.O.A. Productions

Jason Te Kare is the son of well known G.I. identity Barbara Te Kare (Nanny Barb). He is a graduate of both Tamaki College and the NZ Drama School. He is an award-winning actor and director who has worked on stages all over N.Z. and in England, Hawai’i and America. He has his won theatre company called, TOA Productions and is the Artistic Associate for Silo Theatre.

Jason Te Kare - T.O.A. Productions

Jason Te Kare - T.O.A. Productions

Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board