July 20, 2020

The theatre ensemble, ‘Different Degrees’, is a series of drama workshops for adults from 18 to 64 years old with a disability and low support needs.

During the class, members acquire skills in movement, acting, voice, music and stagecraft. Members are encouraged to explore and develop their talents in a safe,  uncompetitive atmosphere.

Each year the actors devise a play and develop and rehearse it for a performance at The Concourse Theatre in Chatswood as part of the celebrations to the International Day of People with a Disability in December.

The project, a collaboration between Sydney Community Services and Lane Cove Council,  has been encouraging self-expression and fun since 2011.

When: Every Wednesday evening, 6pm-8pm, during school terms (not on school holidays nor public holidays).

Where: 180 Longueville Rd, Living & Learning Centre, Lane Cove

For more information,  please call Gaynor on 9427 6425

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