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    09:00 am - 03:00 pm
$130
Sebastian Holland-Dudding
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Let the games begin! Have fun, meet new friends and build your performance skills as you play hilarious theatre games that encourage creativity and spontaneity.

Theatre games are a great way for building the acting and improvisation skills of young performers. Through imaginative play, children will learn how to use their voice and body to improve their communication skills and creative expression.

“It surpassed our expectations.”

“It was fantastic.”

 “My son enjoyed all of the games.”

Covid Precautions

  • TAPAC is a vaccination mandated venue – everyone aged 12+ must be able to show proof of double vaccination to participate in a TAPAC or community-run programme. Please note, TAPAC hosts a number of programmes for young people, so there will be unvaccinated visitors at our venue.
  • TAPAC's venue capacity is based on 1-metre physical distancing. 
  • Record keeping and scanning will be required.
  • Parents will not be permitted to wait in the studio or foyer due to limited studio capacity.
  • There will be no end of course performances or parent showings.
  • Prior to the start of the course, you will receive an email detailing TAPAC’s Covid guidelines for students and visitors.
  • If the programme needs to be cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions or low enrolments, you will receive a refund. 
  • Find more information about TAPAC’s Covid Policy here

 

Teaching artist

Teaching artist

Sebastian Holland-Dudding TAPAC

Sebastian Holland-Dudding

Sebastian is a professional actor, musician and tutor who has worked at schools across Auckland and at TAPAC, where he has tutored Musical Theatre. His acting highlights include various productions for Pop Up Globe (including ‘Julius Caesar’), and Ken Hill’s ‘Phantom of the Opera’ at the Orb Theatre in Tokyo, Japan. Sebastian trained at The Actors Program and is a core cast company actor for The Stage Company’s KISS Theatre.  He has also appeared the  film Yogi Bear and on TV in Power Rangers.