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Tegan Arazny (Facilitator & Documenter)

Tegan Arazny (Facilitator & Documenter)
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Tegan is a strong advocate for the development of Theatre and the Arts in community settings and has been involved with numerous Applied Theatre programmes throughout her professional training and experience. Tegan graduated with a Master of Arts with Distinction in Applied Theatre from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London. She has professional experience in Community Performance that promotes Young People’s expression and engagement through Puppetry and Theatre practices. As well as collaborating and performing with ERTH Visual & Physical Inc and Welsh theatre company PuppetSoup, she has co-directed and worked alongside Shop Front Arts Co-Op Junior Ensemble of 8-14-year old’s to create the original devised production, The Unknown. Tegan is currently working as Teaching Artist for Sydney Theatre Company’s ‘School Drama’. This is a Teachers Professional Development Program designed to improve teaching and learning by modelling the use of drama-based strategies with quality children's literature.

Luvo Tamba’s Experience at Magnet Theatre

LT: My name is Luvo and my surname is Tamba. I’m also coming from a township, a place called Philippi, Browns Farm I’m one of the first students graduated Magnet Theatre...

Meeting with Yonela Sithela and Maggi Fernando

YS: My name is Yonela, and my surname is Sithela. I am a Magnet Theatre ex-trainee. I did my training in 2012 and graduated in 2013. I’m a performer. I’m an artist. I can sing....

Zimkhita Mzimba, Sivuyile Dunjwa, Natasha Gana and Tina Hashe

NG: My name is Natasha Gana. I was a trainee, 2014-15. TH: Hello, my name is Tina Hashe and I was a Magnet trainee, 2014-15. ZM: Hello, I’m Zimkhita Mzimba I’m a Magnet Theatre graduate,...

Interviewing Nwabisa Plaatjie

Nwabisa Plaatjie was not on the Full-Time Training Programme, but joined Magnet Theatre on their Theatre Making internship programme. Here she shares some of her experiences: NP: My name is Nwabisa Plaatjie. I’m from Ugie, Eastern...

Beviol Swartz and Rozanne Holland Discuss Their Training at Magnet Theatre

BS: My name is Beviol Swartz and I graduated twice, actually. I was in the group 2014-2015, and then I graduated that year, and the third year I was for one year...

Talking with Lwando Magwaca

LM: My name is Lwando Magwaca. I graduated 2016. From 2014, 2015, 2016 - so I had three-years intensive programme training with Magnet Theatre. Tegan Arazny (TA) : AND WHAT HAVE YOU DONE SINCE YOU...

Chatting with Asanda Rilityana and Emmanuel Ntsamba

AR: My name is Asanda Rilityana and I was one of the first to graduate. I graduated in 2011. Or 10? Between those years. It was a long time ago! EN: And my name is...

Babalwa Makwetu and Nolufefe Ntshuntshe Speak About Magnet Theatre

BM: My name is Babalwa Makwetu and I graduated in 2012. NN: And my name is Nolufefe Ntshuntshe, I graduated in 2011. Tegan Arazny (TA) : WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY DOING WITH YOUR CAREER OR WHAT...

Sitting Down with Kay Smith

KS: I graduated from Magnet Theatre in 2015 How has Magnet helped me? Magnet is amazing. It has challenges especially for young people coming from disadvantaged and impoverished communities. It has its...

Making Theatre With Jennie Reznek

Myrto Papoulia and Tegan Arazny sat down with Jennie Reznek, Director and Trustee of Magnet Theatre, on Thursday, 22nd June 2017. You can watch the full video (32 minutes) of their conversation here, or you...