TWELVE ANGRY MEN by Reginald Rose

When a single juror stands up against peer pressure and votes “Not Guilty” in a seemingly open and shut case it becomes clear why jurors need to deliberate and discuss. The defendant is the faceless other – the only thing we know that he is poor and yet the process reveals how the jurors and in fact the audience project their prejudices onto him. In addition to unpacking the narrative, the workshop investigates the construction of characters, and other dramatic elements, to present a reading of the play as a study of the power of language and one’s ability to create persuasive arguments.

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COSI by Louis Nowra

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Cosi invites audiences to share Lewis’ journey as he overcomes his prejudice regarding mental health and discovers the power in the silliness of a Mozart Opera. Set against the backdrop of the Vietnam moratorium, Lewis’ friends are trying to stop the suffering of thousands while he is learning about a different kind of politics. Sometimes art that’s not political can have political effect as it brings us together to play and laugh. Sometimes the the unheard voices are not those that cry out under oppression but those who our society has simply forgotten.

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BOMBSHELLS by Joanna Murray Smith

The young woman who needs the dress, the mother fraying at the edges, the older woman who remains a sexual being – Comedic stereotypes of women who inhabit our world that explode into deeper truths about being unseen.

In a world of empowered women why does the idea of marrying a taller older man persist. Sometimes the feminist project overlooks the plight of the less radical. A lot of young people and young women feel pushed away from the concept of feminism. Perhaps a look at the invisibility of normal women (whoever they might be) is what is need to continue the work of achieving gender equality.

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JULIUS CAESAR by William Shakespeare

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In investigating the historical Caesar and the foundations of modern democracy, we look at honour, power and language in the game of politics. Was it Caesar’s despotism or his perceived fragility that made him a target for political overthrow? Are honour and integrity qualities our leaders require or do they simply need to be able to to frame these concepts for their own political advantage?

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