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Canberra Youth Theatre

13 young people celebrating with lots of colourful balloons in front of balloons that say 50
16 silhouettes of children standing around an elevated rectangle square that is backlit
Five young people connected by a string of lights. The boy in front holds a bowl of folded paper
Teen girl sits on the floor of a rehearsal space with a scrip at her feet, engaged in workshop.
4 primary students smile and pull funny faces in a rehearsal space, they're having a great time.
Three young adults looking concerned on stage behind a table, boy on right wears a chicken outfit
13 children in rehearsal space, copying the extended arms and legs stance of the teacher.
Young girl on stage rests arm under a crutch pulling a shocked expression, two young actors behind.
6 young adults and director hold scripts on bright chairs in rehearsal space, smiling and laughing
Young actors on stage wearing red jackets. One reads, one sits, one kneels with their hands raised
13 young people celebrating with lots of colourful balloons in front of balloons that say 50
16 silhouettes of children standing around an elevated rectangle square that is backlit
Five young people connected by a string of lights. The boy in front holds a bowl of folded paper
Teen girl sits on the floor of a rehearsal space with a scrip at her feet, engaged in workshop.
4 primary students smile and pull funny faces in a rehearsal space, they're having a great time.

Overview

The voice of youth is expressed through intelligent and challenging theatre.

Canberra Youth Theatre is one of Australia’s leading youth arts companies, empowering young people through theatre productions, workshops, and creating pathways to challenge, reflect, and transform our perspectives of the world.

The Canberra Youth Theatre value: Artistic Excellence, Creativity and Collaboration, Innovation, Pathways, Inclusion and Diversity, Youth Leadership and Empowerment.

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Gorman Arts Centre – H Block, Batman Street, Braddon, Australian Capital Territory, AustraliaGet Directions
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