Come And Make Performance
Saturday 3 - Sunday 4 March 2018
CAMP is Back to Back Theatre’s annual weekend of delightfully ruthless theatre-making workshops for community members with and without disability who love, or are curious about, performance making.
No experience is necessary and new faces are especially welcome.
Full weekend, full day or single workshop tickets are available but positions are limited and bookings are essential.
Scroll down for more information on the 2018 program including the full line up of artists, workshop descriptions, the timetable, access information, contact person and everything else you need to know about attending CAMP.
CAMP 2018 is supported by Australia Council for the Arts, Creative Victoria, City of Greater Geelong, TAC, Give Where You Live, Geelong Community Foundation and Helen Macpherson Smith Trust.
Explore the world of shadow puppetry as a story-telling tool, using your body as a puppet.
Sarah Kriegler and Jacob Williams make puppetry that pushes beyond expectations as Lemony S Puppet Theatre.
Constructing performance spaces that explore the ways that a space or environment can change the way we view an event.
Romanie Harper is a designer and theatre maker.
An abundance of stories amidst the silent book stacks at the Geelong Library are the site and inspiration for performance making.
Tamara Searle is a director and Artistic Associate at Back to Back Theatre.
Ingrid Voorendt is a director and performance maker.
Create performance through individual, collective and First Nation Perspectives using movement and text.
Jack Sheppard of the Kurtjar Clan, is a performing artist who works in the fields of movement, theatre, dance and poetry.
Embrace failure and the impossible to be silly, vulnerable and to leave your own mark when devising for theatre.
Chris Dunstan is a theatre maker, community artist and the current Artistic Director of Spark Youth Theatre.
Create a unique script for performance based on your real (and imagined) life.
Zoey Dawson is a playwright, theatre maker and performer.
A devising workshop inspired by the grand narratives and imagery of opera: explore the excess, the beauty, the highs and the lows, the lovers and the losers. No singing involved.
Adena Jacobs is a theatre & opera director and the Artistic Director of Fraught Outfit.
Make performance exploring momentous occasions within our lives – birth, death and the in between bit.
Jackson Castiglione is an artist and director, he works with Field Theory, and also a lot with kids.
Big lies, small truths, everyday moments, epic revelations: a workshop about making performances from the many ways words help us and fail us.
Emilie Collyer is a playwright, author and poet.
An all dancing, all creating, feast of activities that promotes accessibility, community and the universal nature of dance!
JOF is a multi-artist who makes works that celebrate the diversity of our community.
Make performance from provocations and riddles designed to measure lateral thinking, social intelligence and assertiveness.
Simon Laherty is an actor and director and member of the Back to Back ensemble.
Christopher Brown is an actor, director and theatre maker.
Explore drawing as performance and create a large-scale map of life and its connections.
Aviva Reed is an artist who explores science.
CAMP is a supportive and inclusive event. When you register, you will have the opportunity to note any accessibility requirements you might have.
Back to Back Theatre is a registered provider with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA). If you receive support from the NDIA it might be possible to direct funds towards attending CAMP.
If cost is a barrier for you to attend, please contact us so we can discuss your options together.
Please direct enquiries to:
Community Programs Coordinator
(03) 5221 2029
Back to Back Theatre will be closed from 22 December 2017 and will reopen on 8 January 2018. If you need to get in touch with us urgently, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, otherwise we look forward to getting back to you when we return from holidays.
CAMP, Back to Back Theatre, Geelong