We are leaping ahead into 2022 with a stimulating range of live performance and workshops for your students and professional learning offerings for teachers – welcome to a new year of Creative Learning at BREC!
Providing a diverse range of outstanding theatre, dance and music experiences for young people is a major priority for us at BREC.
Among other benefits, live performance builds empathy; develops emotional intelligence, communication and self-expression; fuels the imagination; provides alternate world views and offers opportunity to discuss difficult subjects. It also brings a lot of excitement and joy!
The shows range from Zooom, an extraordinary kaleidoscope of high tech colour and evergreen story for 3–10 year olds, to the World Premiere of The Smallest Stage by Manjimup writer Kim Crotty working with two of Australia’s most in demand creatives and covering challenging material about truth and love between a parent and child.
There is so much in BREC’s 2022 Creative Learning Program it’s hard to pick out highlights.
Perhaps check out The Great Un-wondering of Wilbur Whittaker, the new show by Barking Gecko Theatre (who brought us the extraordinary HOUSE in 2021) or Arco, the award-winning, personal story of living with autism by young Perth actor Adam Kelly. There are also new workshops for students and staff including options from Black Swan State Theatre Company, BREC and WA Youth Theatre.
Amid your busy days I hope you will take just 10 minutes to consider the whole program, and share it with others in your team. We really want to welcome your school to BREC in 2022.
If you have any questions, or just want to give us feedback, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We welcome the conversation as well as your booking!
Fiona de Garis
BREC Executive Director