Centre for Theatre and Performance

Criminology and Theatre Performance with Edan Goodall

Edan Goodall is a Bachelor of Arts student majoring in Criminology with a minor in Theatre Performance. In this interview, Edan shares his experiences with these two study areas and how he has combined them to address injustices in Australia; the major opportunities with Monash CTP and MUST; and his phenomenal trip with Monash Alumni through Monash’s Global Discovery Program.

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The Faculty of Arts Teaching and Learning Awards and Citations 2017

As a Faculty, we have had an excellent year of achievement in education. Both Dr Jonathan McIntosh and Associate Professor Kirsten McLean were recipients of Australian Awards for University teaching and we had unprecedented success in the Vice Chancellor awards with five recipients across the education categories. Vice Chancellor’s awards Dr James Roffee, Vice Chancellor’s Award for…

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Moving Out of Door

MOVING OUT OF DOOR! Monash CTP senior lecturer, Dr Misha Myers is the keynote for this upcoming event ‘Moving Out of Door’  Thursday, 16 November 2017 9:30am to 5:00pm The School of Lost Arts 221 Noble Street Newtown This will be an incredible day and if you can make it Thursday (tomorrow!) it would be…

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THEATRE INTERNSHIP UNIT ATS3775

Thinking of a Theatre Internship in 2018? Internships can happen any time over the year (Summer or Winter included) The best way to think about an internship is to identify the kind of learning you want and the kind of host you want to work with You cannot enrol in this unit via WES so contact the unit…

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Confluence of India dance performance delights Monash audience

Monash University was pleased to be part of the second annual Confluence Festival of India in Australia. The festival once again presented a colourful and collaborative tapestry of  diverse dance, music, theatre and visual arts from India. A sold out solo performance of Ansh, by Nrityagram’s dance doyenne Bijayini Satpathy, saw the capacity audience enjoy…

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Importance of Self-Care for Artists

Mental Health and Self Care are so important for artists. This is something our Monash CTP tutors talk about a lot, particular when our third year student’s prepare to graduate and head out into the world around this time of year. Recently, Fleur Kilpatrick, Artistic Director at Monash Academy of Performing Arts, sat down with…

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Monash Professor Stacy Holman Jones releases new publication

Stacy Holman Jones is a Professor in the Centre for Theatre and Performance at Monash University. Together with co-authors Anne M Harris from RMIT, Sandra L. Faulkner from Bowling Green State University and Eloise D. Brook, Stacy has recently released a new book, Queering Families, Schooling Publics. Published by Routledge Publishing and available now, this collaborative text…

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INTOXICATION WINS @ Fringe!

Monash CTP PhD candidate and guest tutor, the incredible Christopher Bryant, wrote and performed his piece ‘Intoxication’ at this year’s Melbourne Fringe Fest It received some great reviews, fabulous feedback and absolute feels from audiences each performance – and for those that went to see it you will know why Well, the Fringe Fest awards evening…

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