True North Youth Theatre Ensemble Presents A SENSE OF HOME
A house is made of bricks and mortar but what makes a Home?
An ensemble of young Artists from the City of Marion explore their world in this beautiful piece about self, place and what gives us " A Sense of Home"
"A Sense of Home" is an exciting new work by True North Youth Theatre Ensemble presented by AJZ Productions and The City of Marion.
Directed by Alirio Zavarce
Produced by Juliette Zavarce
Film by Matt Crook
Music: Tyson Olson and True North Marion
Technical Elements by Brad Thompson
Marion Cultural Centre
287 Diagonal Rd, Oaklands Park SA 5046
School Shows: Monday 25 June 10:30 am and 1pm
General Public Shows: Opening night Friday 22 June 6:30pm
Saturday 23 June 2:30pm and 6pm
True North provides an affordable, social, collaborative and safe place in which they will be able to express themselves in order to teach performance skills and practices. It aims to breakdown cultural barriers, promote self-esteem, confidence and provide high level tuition and find a sense of belonging.
In an area in which there are not many alternatives for young people we give youth the possibility to engage in a positive activity rather that the current vacuum in which our youth who may engage in idleness or not positive activities. A Sense of Home is the latest result of this process and methodology.
True North represented Australia at the 2016 World Festival of Children's Theatre in Stratford Canada. It won the Graham Smith Peace Trust Award in 2014 for "A Sense of Home", the People's Choice Ruby Award in 2016 for "A Kid Like Me" and the Adelaide Critics Circle Independent Arts Foundation Innovation Award 2017 for "EBully"