Book ActNow Theatre

Book ActNow Theatre

ActNow Theatre creates collaborative and socially conscious performance projects. We work in partnerships to engage diverse communities in conversations around challenging, contemporary issues. We perform at conferences and tour schools and workplaces in central, metro and regional SA.

Our work is innovative, informed and inspiring. Our projects have been critically acclaimed, commended in South Australian Parliament, and highly praised by audiences, participants and community organisations.

Performances for schools, workplaces and conferences

“I thoroughly enjoyed the interactive performance and felt challenged and motivated as a result.” – Audience member

Responding to Racism

Responding to Racism is an award-winning interactive theatre performance developed in partnership with Reconciliation SA to identify, respond to, and prevent racism.

Responding to Racism follows the character of Mik, a young aboriginal student who is putting up with constant racism from his friend and football teammate, Chris. Meanwhile, a new student has arrived at school, Ashlee, who is being stereotyped and discriminated against for wearing a headscarf.

“It really made me reflect on racism and the way it is normalised in our culture. I would personally like to make a difference and assist in the eradication of racism.”   Student

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Speak Out

Speak Out is an interactive theatre performance tackling homophobia in high schools. Presented by young professional actors and a facilitator, Speak Out explores various forms of homophobia and the effect it has, while providing opportunities and a safe space to develop strategies to respond to homophobia.

“I was also impressed by my students who really tackled the big ideas and ‘stood up’ for equality: a great catalyst for this type of change … The company are doing very important work and my students benefited greatly.” – Teacher

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Workshops on demand

ActNow Theatre is able to provide theatre workshops to schools, community organisations and conferences. Our workshop leaders have extensive workshop experience with young actors, people with physical/intellectual disabilities, indigenous groups, activists, young offenders, and refugees and migrants.

Workshops can be tailored to specific groups to;

  • Build confidence, team-building and communication skills
  • Explore specific issues through group discussions or interactive exercises
  • Rehearse short performances with community groups

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