Welcome to the Critical Stages Touring list of streaming theatre, cabaret, performing arts education and arts opportunities for the week ahead. We aim to bring you the best directory of Australian and New Zealand theatre at home, with indy programming you’ll find nowhere else. The list is updated throughout the week so if you find something we don’t know about, please let us know. Note that donation links take you directly to donations for that show – please support the artists who entertain you. If you have something to share send a message to email@example.com or complete the Google form. We are especially keen to hear from independent artists and those streaming accessible performances.
Given the extraordinary events of the past week we would like to acknowledge the many artists and arts organisations choosing to postpone work in solidarity with civil rights actions globally. The arts are often at the forefront of social progress, and it is hoped that through our stages we can make the voices of the unheard, heard. We would like you all to know we stand with you and support your efforts. The Stage & Stream list this week is a little lighter, however with so many artists still taking to the stage this week the list continues. Thank you.
Stage And Stream Links
Friday 5th – Thursday 11th June
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AUSTRALIA / NZ BY DATE
Friday 5th June
- ON THE PRODUCTION OF MONSTERS – BROWN’S MART
Brown’s Mart’s popular monthly play reading series, Evening Reads @7.30pm, will kick off with ‘On the Production of Monsters‘ by Robert Reid in the Brown’s Mart Theatre. Directed by Scott Gooding.
7.30pm ACT / 8PM AEST – please donate
FACEBOOK – www.facebook.com/events/610429946235613/
- ST NICHOLAS – THE STREET
An eccentric, teasing yarn of a play from the multi-award winning author of The Weir – Conor McPherson. McPherson’s chilling and spellbinding vampire tale will be performed by award-winning actor, Craig Alexander (Venus in Fur) sharing the stage with singer/songwriter, guitar, banjo and harp player, and stomp-box stomper Den Hanrahan (Den Hanrahan and The Rum Runners). Live-streamed via multiple cameras from the confines of The Street Theatre.
8pm AEST – please donate
- SOFA SO GOOD – GEELONG ARTS CENTRE
Award-winning musical comedian Gillian Cosgriff has been writing songs for ten years – five solo shows, twenty-five festival seasons, and that one time Pharrell Williams said she was amazing. (Seriously, you can google it.)
8pm AEST – please donate
- SHRIMP COCKTAIL HOUR – BATS THEATRE
Put on your smoking jacket and saunter yourself to the parlour. It’s time for the Shrimp Cocktail Hour. Award-winning duo Aaron and Alayne, (Deep and Meaningful, 2 Dope Teenz) are serving you an absurd, refreshing talk-show with new characters, live music, and, most importantly, the SHRIMP COCKTAIL OF THE WEEK.
On-Demand from 8pm NZST until 7th June – tickets from NZ$5
- CONTAGIOUS CABARET – BROOKLYN RUNAWAYS
Brooklyn Runaways’ have launched an ambitious online cabaret series. Each week professional singers are asked to interpret a song in a new way, and finish by nominating another artist for the next week. Let’s see how far it can go! Donations taken for artists on the show.
7pm AEST – please donate
FACEBOOK – www.facebook.com/brooklynrunaways/ & YOUTUBE
- LET’S FRIDAY WITH THE LISTIES
Will there be remote Learning? No! Will it be informative? Unlikely! Will it be barely held together chaos? Probably! Kid’s favourites The Listies are back with a weekly live-stream of the kind of madness that only they can make. Tune in and LOL out.
4:30pm AEST – please donate
FACEBOOK – www.facebook.com/events/2745559065730543/
Saturday 6th June
- TALES FOR UNCERTAIN TIMES – JELLYFISH
A 5-part comic-adventure fairy-tale series broadcast weekly on Facebook Live. Previous episodes will remain online following the broadcast. With elements of comedy, mystery, live music, and Zoom-bombing TALES is about rediscovering your own social world through the frame of a webcam and using it to build a new kind of community.
- TRUE NORTH – QPAC
Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) will celebrate Queensland Day by welcoming artists back to the Concert Hall stage for the first time in nearly three months as it presents an online concert for Queensland Day. There’s a massive lineup of performers to enjoy over 90 minutes, including Katie Noonan, Steven Oliver, and Shabshri Kandiah.
From 7pm AEST
- PAUL CAPSIS LIVE – SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE
One of Australia’s most extraordinary and versatile performers is ready to dominate the digital stage. Captivating and electric, join the goddess of cabaret as he fills the hauntingly empty Joan Sutherland Theatre, streaming straight to your living room.
- VARIETYVILLE – ACTS OF ABSURDITY
Outstanding Interactive live online variety show with guests from all over the world performing wondrous Acts of Absurdity, hosted by the Dandy himself and rolling through regular segments fashioned by a team of marvels misfits including Foxy Moron’s “Fun Fiesta”, Eric the Dog’s “Mysteries of the Animal Kingdom” and “Are you Game”.
7:40pm AEST – A$5 + Pay what you can afford. Patron of the Arts tickets available.
- SEQUIN SESSIONS
Cabaret star Michaela Burger returns with all-new Sequin Sessions shows! Tonight it’s all-80’s retro adventure for the grown ups featuring all the music you remember, or wish you could. Michaela’s trademark humour and fabulous voice is a great way to spend Saturday night. Tune in again with the little ones for a children’s cabaret special on Sunday.
8pm AEST – please donate
- LIVE FROM STONEWALL
The Stonewall Hotel, Create & Cast and Undefine Media present an fantastic weekly multi-camera live-stream variety hour starring drag icon Minnie Cooper. This stream just goes from strength to strength!
8pm AEST – please donate
Sunday 7th June
- AS ONE – TINY BRICKS THEATRE
As One is a dark and ridiculous comedy about tribal belonging. It is an experiment—written for the theatre, directed for Zoom—presented to you live from the homes of the six cast members on Facebook Live. There will be births, death, marriages, plane crashes and shark attacks. Also, there are songs. The show is also available to stream on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th June at 7.30pm AEST.
10.30am ACST / 11am AEST – please donate
- NO CABARET FOR OLD MEN – RIVERSIDE THEATRES
Join The Wharf Revue’s Jonathan Biggins and Phil Scott as they give a veritable masterclass in cabaret – with neither the mastery nor class. Together, these lightly-seasoned performers examine the many strands of the cabaret art form. Ages 12+
5pm AEST – from A$12
- MUSICAL MUGWUMPS
Each week a new musical for artists to perform is announced. Artists volunteer to be part of the read/sing-through and on Sunday nights these brave performers go live for a non-rehearsed, full run through of the show! This week: Les Miserables.
FACEBOOK – www.facebook.com/MusicalMugwumps/
- HAMLET – STREAMED SHAKESPEARE
Streamed Shakespeare is now viewd by over 35,000 worldwide – and that makes us terribly keen to see what they do with Twelfth Night, directed by Victor Kalka.
2pm AEST – please donate.
FACEBOOK – www.facebook.com/StreamedShakespeare/
Monday 8th June
- BRAVE NEW ROUGH & READY – BRAVE NEW WORD
The first week of submissions to Sydney’s indy storytelling darlings, Brave New Word, were an eclectic and exciting round of shortform stories. There’s a new round every week and this week will centre around the theme ‘blanket’. Start every night with a quick story from great Australian theatre makers.
6pm (Daily) AEST
FACEBOOK – www.facebook.com/BraveNewWordTC/
- THE STORY CHUNDER WITH MATT YOUNG
Matt Young’s weekly live event was performed at Brisbane’s BackDock Arts. Every week a new lot of storytellers spew forth their most entertaining stories for your delight or disapproval. Join Matt (TBS’s Wrecked, The Producers) for the livestream then listen to his podcast on Spotify, iTunes, Twitch or where ever you listen to podcasts.
7pm AEST – please donate.
INSTAGRAM – www.instagram.com/thestorychunder
Tuesday 9th June
Using her psychological insight, musical therapy exercises and psychic powers, the very fictional Jan van de Stool is here to unwrap the #Coronavirus news, in an attempt to help tens of people around the world, weekly.
On-Demand – A$1.98
VIMEO – www.vimeo.com/ondemand/coronavlog
- HOME THEATRE ARTS
This online collective record a zoom group performance every week and host a global weekly watch party every Tuesday.
Wednesday 10th June
- THE LOCKDOWN MONOLOGUES – MALTHOUSE THEATRE
Melbourne’s Malthouse have commissioned nine new monologues in response to the pandemic, brought to life by director Bridget Balodis. New words from writers Jean Tong, Jane Harrison and Tom Holloway.
On-Demand – please donate
Register to watch at www.malthousetheatre.com.au
- ART CENTRE MELBOURNE’S BIG NIGHT IN
Arts Centre Melbourne, one of Australia’s most important artistic hubs for more than 35 years, has teamed up with John Foreman’s Aussie Pops Orchestra to present a weekly live digital show every Wednesday at 7pm. Special guests, great chat, top performers!
7pm – Please donate
Thursday 11th June
- IN THE SHADOW IT WAITS
From Adelaide-based film, VR and arts maker Michael Beets comes this horror film, performed live, and edited in real-time with actors performing from their own homes in different states across Australia. The audience is literally witnessing a film being made as they’re watching it. Pushing the bounds of tech and performance this happy scary marriage between theatre and film is on nightly until saturday. Don’t miss it.
Tickets & Links
- IF THIS BE NOTHING – MONTAGUE BASEMENT
It’s Shakespeare, but it’s not. It’s theatre, but it’s not. It’s live-streamed, but it’s not. Twitch streams, cam girls, loose bears, makeup tutorials, Netflix quandaries and more: out of this web wormhole created by Lucinda Howes and Aro Lusty-Cavallari comes a twist on Shakespeare’s A Winter’s Tale. Live tonight but available to stream with captions from June 12.
FACEBOOK – www.facebook.com/events/961803220924247
- GIRL ASLEEP – WINDMILL THEATRE
Umbrella Entertainment and Windmill Theatre Co’s award-winning film Girl Asleep is available to rent or own via YouTube. A great one for families with young teens at home. Don’t miss Matt Whittet’s timeless epic.
On-Demand A$1.99 to rent
YOUTUBE – www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTZnyaEft4E
- THE LORELAI & THE SIREN – HOPE NEW WORKS
This absurdist comedy brings together the outrageousness of The Book of Mormon with the lyricism of a 50s Broadway musical. Through a series of outrageous circumstances, including a maritime tragedy, an attempted assassination and a lot of theme parties, they find love, enlightenment and the courage and determination to get on with their strange and wonderful lives. Written by Geoff Wallis. This is development eight from the Hope New Works program for new musicals.
7pm AEST – please donate
- THE RESERVOIR ROOM
Catherine Alcorn has established one of the most exciting cabaret streams on the net! Live from the iconic Paddington Town Hall, The Reservoir Room will stream the best of Australian cabaret and live music every Friday and Saturday night. Big names, local stars, a good night in. This week – Tim Draxl and Phil Jamieson
Fridays & Saturdays from 7pm AEST
- CHEAP TRILL – COMPUTER CHOIR
In an effort to keep community performers connected Cheep Trill created a ‘Computer Choir‘ to bring together singers from across the country to sing together. This ongoing project resulted in a music video fro YouTube featuring over 100 artists. Check it out, and if you’re keen get involved in the next one!
YOUTUBE – www.youtube.com/watch?v=ba1AKX2ScaU
- THE SEAGULL – AUCKLAND THEATRE COMPANY
ATC have made a production of Chekhov’s The Seagull set in lockdown, with the family all on a Zoom call! It is cut into 4 acts/episodes which are screening Fridays 7pm NZT. The first three are online for viewing now with Act 4 going up tonight.
On-Demand – please donate
YOUTUBE – www.youtube.com/channel/UCKDS6vUXW4axHk5Ht5vTNsQ
- ABC iVIEW ARTS
Australia’s national broadcaster has curated a fantastic array of streaming arts programming and there’s truly something for everyone – from classical concerts to the 15 year celebration of the Sydney Theatre Company’s Wharf Revue. Not available outside Oz.
- THE CITIZEN’S HANDBOOK – RNZ
Become a better New Zealand citizen! A comedy Video and Podcast civics series that tackles NZ history & issues. Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund.
- MOUNTAIN GOAT MOUNTAIN – THRESHOLD
Families across Australia have the opportunity to participate in an adventurous new audio-led theatre experience, developed during isolation for families to enjoy at home. Guided by a narrative soundscape, families will embark on this 45-minute theatrical experience using only a charged audio device (computer, phone of tablet), a bed sheet (the bigger the better), a piece of blank paper (A4 will do) and favourite pencils, pens or textas.
On-Demand from May 14 – A$12.95 for 30 days access
- NANDHU – BANGARRA DANCE COMPANY
Bangarra have curated a new digital offering – Nandhu (‘to be close in Wiradjuri language) – which will include a selection of performances from their repertoire. Each will be presented with interviews, BHS features and more to dive deeper into each work.
On-Demand – please donate
- KIDS COUCH CONCERTS
Hosted by Emily Who the Kids Couch Concerts were created as a way for indy preschool entertainers to keep connecting with the audiences they love. The project has produced two volumes that take the form of a video variety show featuring The Mik Maks, Pevan and Sarah and Avocado Smash. 95% of profits go the artists involved.
On-Demand – A$11.95 to purchase, A$5.95 to rent
VIMEO – Volume 1 & Volume 2
- ADAPT – AUSTRALIAN DANCE THEATRE
Australian Dance Theatre’s exciting online-only season for 2020 is on-demand with new shows going live regularly.
On-Demand – please donate
- RED RATTLER
Sydney’s Red Rattler Theatre is at the heart of emerging, fringe and queer arts practice, and this week they begin a new fortnightly online events series. There’s lots to come from the rattler so bookmark them and check back Fridays.
- MARDI GRAS LINK LIST
Looking for great queer content and a complete listing of drag performances happening online? Sydney Mardi Gras has a handy list with far more shows than we can list here and some great music picks as well. Check it out here.
- MONKEY BAA THEATRE CO
Look behind the scenes of one of the world’s best children’s theatre makers. Each session will give young people an insight into the many people who work to create a live theatre production. New episodes coming soon. Previous live-streams available on-demand.
On-Demand – Free, please donate
FACEBOOK – www.facebook.com/monkeybaatheatreco
- KEEP HEART PENRITH
The new online program Keep Heart Penrith delivered by Penrith Performing and Visual Arts will help guide audiences and community to the new changed arts world via Creative Care Packs; a series of arts-based content & learning delivered to your email address.
- PASS OVER – STEPPENWOLF
Antoinette Nwandu’s fierce, Beckettian play about police brutality was filmed at Chicago’s Steppenwolf theatre by Spike Lee. Filled with humour, tension and humanity, it’s an urgent very timely play. Essential viewing this week.
On-Demand – Amazon Prime (subscription)
- REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL – GRAEAE
Part gig, part play, Reasons To Be Cheerful tells a coming of age tale that rejoices in the infectious and enduring music of Ian Dury and the Blockheads. Featuring stone-cold classic songs including Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick; Plaistow Patricia; Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll; Sweet Gene Vincent; What A Waste and the titular Reasons to be Cheerful (Part 3). Graeae Artistic Director, Jenny Sealey’s production is loud, bold and jubilant.
On-Demand until August 3 – please donate, audio described and captioned.
- CAROUSEL – LINCOLN CENTER
The New York Philharmonic presents a stunning staged production of this iconic American work, featuring a star-studded cast including Kelli O’Hara, Nathan Gunn, Stephanie Blythe, Shuler Hensley, Jason Danieley, Jessie Mueller, Kate Burton, John Cullum and New York City Ballet dancers Robert Fairchild and Tiler Peck.
From 8pm EDT, 5th June
YOUTUBE – www.youtube.com/user/LincolnCenterVideos
- TORI SCOTT IS OVERSERVED
New York-based comedian, actor and singer Tori Scott brings her wry and funny cabaret to Joe’s Pub. Filmed live from their iconic Manhattan stage it’s a show best suited for cocktails – anecdotes, soul, and great tunes.
YOUTUBE – www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNl0pEeTtmE
- SANTA CLAUSE THE MUSICAL
Ok, this is an odd one for June, but maybe we all need a little seasonal cheer (and Winter in Sydney is an excuse for warm spiced rum right?). The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati have their full production up on YouTube and some fun activities for kids on their website to go with the viewing.
YOUTUBE – www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFuJxhwF6jI&feature=youtu.be
- CORIOLANUS – NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE
Beginning today, The National Theatre is streaming The Donmar Warehouse’s 2014 production of Coriolanus, starring Tom Hiddleston!
On-Demand from June 4 (UK) to June 11
- A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM – GLOBE THEATRE
Directed by Dominic Dromgold, this sumptuously raw produciton, designed by Jonathan Fensom, is the Globe at it’s best. Featuring renaissance costumes and staging it’s a like stepping into the past to experience this Bard favourite.
£5.99 to rent
- A MONSTER CALLS – BRISTOL OLD VIC
Adapted from the critically acclaimed bestseller by Patrick Ness, and directed by Sally Cookson (Peter Pan, La Strada), this Olivier Award-winning production of A Monster Calls offers a dazzling insight into love, life and healing. If you didn’t catch it when The Old Vic was streaming it in April, now’s your chance.
On-Demand until 11 June – please donate
Physical theatre and comedy doesn’t get much more irreverent, or entertaining. Spymonkey are opening their vault of inventive original works with a new work streamed every Sunday.
- THEATRE IS THE CURE
A pay-what-you-can theatre event, with all proceeds distributed to the artists. 15 Playwrights write one original monologue each. 15 Directors are matched with a script and one of 15 Actors to rehearse via video, culminating in a live-streaming event.
Every Friday (USA) at 6.30pm PDT and Saturday 12.30pm Sydney
FACEBOOK LIVE – www.facebook.com/events/1417131878461230
- MINI FILM & SCRIPT COMPETITION – THEATRE BUGS & ADELAIDE THEATRE
Calling all young Filmmakers & Screenwriters! This is your chance to win $500 and other Awards in the inaugural ATABUG Mini Film & Script Competition. There are two competitions to enter: 1. Produce a three-minute film, a slideshow with voice over, a music video, an animation, a documentary, or a musical. OR 2. Write a three-page script. Pay to enter – A$37.50 per entry. Entries close June 7th.
- LITTLE LUNCH ONLINE – ARTS FRONT
Little Lunch Online is a chance to check in and connect with each other while we grab a quick bite of lunch, or a morning coffee for folk in the West. It’s a quick 30 minute window to share ideas and resources, and plan our actions in responding to the pandemic, the climate crisis and whatever global emergency awaits us next.
Daily, Midday AEST – Free
- BROWN’S MART BUILD UP
BUILD UP is Brown’s Mart’s seeding and development program. Projects can be for research or creative development of new projects by Independent Theatre artists working and living in the top end of the NT. These projects are for any stage of development and are designed to support a fertile environment for the creation of new
NT theatre. The last round applications close on 15th June. Full details at www.brownsmart.com.au
- BRAVE NEW ROUGH & READY
Sydney indy favourites Brave New Word Theatre Co are inviting artists to take part in a new project – an open access, weekly invitation to tell a story from your own home and have it featured on their networks. There are very finite guidelines that make participation easy, and a weekly theme to inspire you. Seven performances will be showcased weekly. Get all the details on their Facebook page.
- PERFORMING LINES
Performing lines have put together an exhaustive list of resources, grant links and current programs that every artist and independent org should look over. www.performinglines.org.au
SAVE THE DATE
These are the future streams that are high on our list – get them into your diary now!
- SAT JUNE 13 – STC ROUGH DRAFT #45
Tune in for a free live-streamed reading as part of our Rough Draft development series. The event will sample two plays in development: Chalkface by Angela Betzien and Marriage by Marieke Hardy – another offering from our STC Virtual program.
- JUNE 24-28 – WHO’S YOUR BAGHDADDY
Who’s Your Baghdaddy, or How I Started the Iraq War is a comedy musical that will be performed and streamed live from June 24-28. Presented as a support group for people who started the Iraq War, this dark, boisterous and irreverent story follows a handful of mid-level spies whose vanity and office politics contributed to the worst intelligence blunder in modern history. Directed by Neil Gooding, presented by Curveball Creative.
FRI JUNE 26 – GALAH BAR
Six cross-border venues are collaborating on live-stream variety supershow! Brought to you by Albury Entertainment Centre, Albury LibraryMuseum, The Cube Wodonga, Flying Fruit Fly Circus, HotHouse Theatre and Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA), with support from Nomad Films and Murray Arts.
- FRI- JUL 3 – HAMILTON
Streaming platform Disney+ brings Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Pulitzer-prize winning musical to screens worldwide. recorded in 2016 with the original Broadway cast the screen version is directed by Thomas Kail who promises the best seat in the house for every moment.
EDUCATION / ACTIVITIES
- Curious Legends Workshops
Newcastle’s Curious Legends are running a series of free, live streamed workshops from their studio every Tuesday and Thursday @ 4pm AEST. Aimed at helping kids and parents in lockdown, as well as to support artists during this time. Workshops explore performance, puppetry, clowning, making, dance, storytelling, and much else besides! Supported by Create NSW, Orica, and Newcastle Region Library. www.curiouslegends.com.au/out-of-the-box
- Barking Gecko Theatre – Isolate > Create > Connect
Made in collaboration with ThinkArts in India. A weekly video delivered by teaching artists from BGT and ThinkArts online, children aged 5 to 17 will set a creative task inviting them to create a small artwork capturing their perspective on the world right now. Each week children will be asked to upload their creation digitally to the Barking Gecko website. At the end of the 10 week-long project we will have created a digital scrapbook that documents this unprecedented time in history through the eyes of children. Now in week 4 it’s not too late to jump in and get creative with kids around the world. No cost. www.barkinggecko.com.au
- ATYP Home Theatre Plays – With help from the ATYP Foundation, Australian Theatre for Young People have commissioned 10 brilliant Australian playwrights to each write a 5-minute script that you can download and perform with your family and friends (when visitors are allowed at your place or try it with your friends over Zoom!). Each script features 2-6 characters, with a mix of some young people and some adults. Anyone in your house can play any character – or multiple characters! There are no boundaries! And if you want to share your reading with the world submit it to ATYP for inclusion in their YouTube Channel. All the details at www.atyp.com.au
- Poetry In Action – this NFP touring company has brought their popular education program online to stream into homes and classrooms. There are 4 performances in line with curriculum for Years 5-12. Visit www.poetryinaction.com.au for more info.
- Storyville Live – Storyville’s in-school program sends performers to read much-loved storybooks to children. For the next couple of weeks they’ll be trialling live storytime via Facebook, and it’s well worth it for those with little ones at home. 11am and 3pm AEST daily – free www.facebook.com/theStoryville/
- Slingsby by Request – South Australian theatre company Slingsby has created an online resource of live performances in line with curriculum. The first work is Emil and the Detectives by Erich Kastner, adapted for the stage by Nicki Bloom. Teachers and home-teachers should check out this great new resource. www.slingsby.net.au/slingsby-by-request/
- Audioplay – This is unlike any other activity out there at the moment. An immersive play experience for kids (ages 6-12) where they download an audio story in which they play one of the characters using ordinary household items for props. Creative play just got so much better! www.audioplay.me
- Shake & Stir Interact
Since 2006, shake & stir drama classes have been a regular extra-curricular activity adored by tens of thousands of students, and now their latest program has moved online. Each week, your child will engage with a carefully-planned, professionally-produced and, most importantly, super-fun 30 minutes of creative play, at home. We’re talking drama activities and performance-based games that will get them acting and keep them active. www.shakeandstirinteract.com.au
- ATYP Online
Australian Theatre for Young People have brought made their drama programs virtual just in time for term 2. A selection of their regular programs will be facilitated live each week via Zoom and Google Classroom. Participants will work with a skilled ATYP tutor and classmates in an interactive online space from the safety of their homes. It’s just one of several programs teachers and home teachers should discover. www.atyp.com.au
- Patch Theatre
Patch Theatre has been making shows for 4–8 year old children and their families from our home in South Australia since 1972. In our nearly 48 years, Patch has made 110 much loved theatre works and performed to over 1.8 million children around the world. They’re posting regular updates to arts activities for little ones online, and via Facebook and Instagram. www.patchtheatre.org.au/activities
- Polyglot Theatre
Children’s theatre makers Polyglot have developed a series of new arts activities that will keep young ones busy and thinking during creative play. There’s heaps of fun stuff to explore and if you don’t have kids we highly recommend doing them anyway because a) they’re fun and b) home-grown hilarity is needed right now. www.polyglot.org.au/polyglot-at-home/
- Riverside Theatres
Parramatta’s Riverside Theatres has always had a fantastic education team and resources to match – and now a directory of teacher resources from past performances is available on their website. There’s also a super-handy (and HUGE) listing of other online resources that teachers and parents should not miss. www.riversideparramatta.com.au