WHY CLASS ACT?

Experience

One of the largest unfunded Theatre In Education organisations in Australia! Now in its 22nd year, CLASS ACT has been successfully operating as a non-profit co-operative. It relies solely on its own resources!


Performances

CLASS ACT has produced over 45 original plays to date, with around 8,000 performances to over 1,000,000 children!


Affordable

CLASS ACT prides itself on keeping costs low for schools. An incredibly affordable price of $5.00 per student, with only the GST from the School itself.


Transportable

For ease and convenience to all schools, CLASS ACT brings the performances to you! It is an important feature of the company, performing in available spaces at schools, rather than in a separate fixed venue.

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OUR PLAYS


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    Girls Talk
    Based on real life accounts, examining issues that face girls today including identity, eating disorders and more. Stories are modified or deleted to suit age and/or religious beliefs. Suitable for Years 7 to 12.
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    ANZAC G'Day
    ANZAC G'DAY incorporates the Gallipoli campaign, the spirit of Anzac, Simpson and his donkey, Australian involvement in other wars and more
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    Cyber Busters
    The play explores all facets of electronic bullying, including internet, emails, social networking and more. Suitable for Grade 3 to Year 9.
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    Bully Busters
    The play explores all facets of bullying, including sexual harassment, peer pressure, rumours, racism and more. Suitable for Grade 5 to Year 9.
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    Boys Talk
    Boys Talk is based on real life accounts, examining crucial issues for boys including academic performance, forming and maintaining relationships, sexuality and more. Suitable for Year 7 to 12.
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    Bully Busters Primary
    Bo and Bazza explore the question of bullying via a series of hilarious scenarios and rap songs. This play has two versions: Junior Primary (Prep to Grade 2) and Senior Primary (Grade 3 to 6).
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    Maths - It All Adds Up
    Maths – what is it good for? A great many things, actually! Maths - It All Adds Up is an engaging educational play exploring the practical and philosophical importance of maths in our lives.
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    Show Some Respect
    Show Some Respect explores a range of issues on the topic of respectful relationships. The play is structured around a series of monologues, dialogues and role-plays, engaging students with humour, drama and rap singing.

1 – 11 June 2016, Northcote Town Hall