Drama Scene Players Incorporated is a Non Profit Association, chaired by Stephanie Waites (President /Creative & Drama Arts Director), that allows a committed group of Drama Scene Coaches with a Committee of Industry Professionals and matriculated students, to imagine and pursue special projects with children, young people, adults.
The object of Drama Scene Players Incorporated is to inspire and enable children and young adults to create theatre that can be an agent for change.
Our mission is to bridge the gap between the mind and the creative and performing arts. This includes (but is not limited to) drama in education, drama as explored therapy and drama for people with special needs.
Would you like to become a Member of DSP Inc? Contact us at [email protected]
SUPPORTER annual membership $12.00
PLAYER annual membership $48.00
New Volunteer and Committee Members are welcome!
NEWSFLASH: Are you here for an update on our project for DS Teens? In response to a year of requests from keen students we have met as they transitioned from Primary to High School – we are now working on the principals of a project for DS Teens providing an opportunity for young people to; come together with peers, to continue developing their Drama skills, to build performance skills, to acquire experience in the writing, direction and full production of an original theatrical performance.
SPACE FOR DS TEENS!
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Current DRAMA SCENE PLAYERS Inc. PROJECT
Funded, weekly inclusive Drama classes for children with disabilities or disorders (including children on the Autism Spectrum) supported by Red Door Arts, Rozelle.
We are delighted to announce that this funded Project which started in 2012 will continue in 2018 with support from RNC and Red Door Arts (& the NDIS).
TERM 1: Fridays, 2 February – 23 March 2018.
TERM 2: Fridays, 11 May – 29 June 2018.
TERM 3: Fridays, 3 August – 21 September 2018.
TERM 4: Fridays, 19 October – 7 December 2018.
Do you know a family with a child who could be interested in our DSP project?
Please share this information! We would love to have them consider the group. Steph Waites designs and writes original program which respond to the interests and needs of the children participating. We look forward to bringing you updates about our collaboration with Red Door Arts, Rozelle Neighbourhood Centre and Ever After Theatre Company.
The aims of the workshops are:
- To provide an opportunity for children with a disability to access drama classes.
- To develop basic foundation skills in the creative and performing arts – movement, imagination, sound and play.
- To have fun and meet other children.
Ever After is NSW’s only ongoing theatre company made up of emerging artists with Intellectual Disability.
Drama Scene Players specialises in bridging the gap between the performing arts and the mind – enabling children and young adults to create theatre that can be an agent for change.
Together we aim to offer an opportunity to access Drama classes for children with a disability, disorder, syndrome, behaviour or anxiety concerns, including children on the Autism Spectrum – and their siblings.
What: Stage 1 Drama classes – accessible drama classes for children (for children with disabilities and siblings welcome).
Who: For children ages 6-13 (approx.)
Where: Rozelle Neighbourhood Centre. 756 Darling St Rozelle
When: Fridays, 5.00pm – 6.00pm
Cost: NDIS rates.
Siblings $5.00 each session.
Enrol: Contact, Hannah or Holly. Phone: 9555 9503 / 9556 9516
Email: [email protected]