Per Westman presents two very different characters. Firstly the stagehand - a simple man, shy and out of place, who is forced onto the stage where he confronts his nerves and nerdiness to triumph over all his fears. Secondly the star - cool, calm and confident, ‘the consummate professional’, he craves the adoration of the audience and knows exactly how to get it!
We have about 120 students at our school with varying disabilities. The students range from 5 years to 18 years. We received excellent feedback from the students and the staff also enjoyed the performance.
Teacher. K to Yr 12. Mitchelton Special School. Mitchelton. QLD. 13/03/2015.
Price: $5.00 per student (No GST Applies).
Minimum audience size: 130 studentsFor more information about It's A Mad World
With a giant poster size roll of changing scenery, a pile of well travelled suitcases and an umbrella collection that proves to be far more exciting than they first seem, Mark Penzak brilliantly tells this imaginary tale based on the Jules Verne novel, Journey to the Centre of the Earth.
The students loved not only the story line and the performance by Mark, but were mesmerised by his props and body movements used to portray the story. It gave our students many ideas as to how they can enhance their own make believe or storytelling plays.
Trevor Daly. K to Year 6. Westbreen Primary School. Pascoe Vale. VIC. 26/08/2015.
Price: $4.95 per student ($4.50 + $0.45 GST).
Minimum audience size: 130 studentsFor more information about Journey To The Centre Of The Earth
The Labyrinth in the Library is an exciting, inventive performance which celebrates reading and suggests that books can be guides, teachers and companions for life.
Mark was very entertaining. All the children from R-7 thought the show was extremely funny and were engaged throughout the entire performance.
Mikalya Luxton. R to Yr 7. St Joseph’s School. Renmark. SA. 1/05/2015.
$4.95 per student ($4.50 + $0.45 GST).
Minimum audience size: 130 studentsFor more information about The Labyrinth In The Library