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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.

Oom Piet’s Story

As part of their 'Our Story, Your Story' project, Clowns Without Borders South Africa ran a series of Intercultural Workshops, involving participants from the communities of Touwsranten and Hoekwil. The sessions were an opportunity for participants to develop...

Storytelling – The Teachers’ Testimony

As part of the ‘Our Story, Your Story’ project, 100 local educators were trained in how to integrate storytelling into their teaching practice. These workshops were an experiential knowledge-sharing and team building opportunity which...

Telling Stories in Class

The 'Our Story, Your Story' project visited nine schools in and around George (South Africa) at the start of May 2017, delivering interactive sessions to young learners and their educators. The photographs below show the workshops in...

Clowning Around with Dr Jamie McLaren Lachman

Myrto Papoulia and Tegan Arazny sat down with Dr Jamie McLaren Lachman, Founder & Executive Director of Clowns Without Borders South Africa, on Wednesday, 21st June 2017. You can watch the full video (52 minutes)...

Three Monks

Having been selected as the host for ASSITEJ's 2018 Artistic Gathering, all eyes were on the China National Children's Theatre for their Production of Three Monks being performed at the Baxter Theatre at the end of...

Festivals and Diversity

Dr Steve Ball, the Associate Director for The Birmingham Repertory Theatre (UK), facilitated a session on the first day of the Producers' Bazaar at ASSITEJ's Cradle of Creativity. He asked attendees to consider: How can...

Exploring the Producers’ Bazaar

Janni Younge, the multi-award winning South African Puppeteer, facilitated the Cradle of Creativity’s Producers' Bazaar on 22nd and 23rd May 2017 at The Masque Theatre in Muizenberg, Cape Town. The Bazaar emphasised the importance of making interpersonal connections...

Capturing The Cloud Catcher

The Cloud Catcher was presented as part of Magnet Theatre's Rocking the Cradle on Friday, 26th May, 2017. The Cloud Catcher explores the life of Buhle, a girl from Langa Township in Cape Town, who constantly...

Rocking the Cradle at Magnet Theatre

As part of the ASSITEJ Cradle of Creativity, Magnet Theatre hosted the 'Rocking the Cradle' event from 24th to 26th May, 2017. This was an opportunity for ASSITEJ delegates and local audiences to engage with African and...

Applied Puppetry

This is Dialogue's second article in our series about Objects with Objectives at the ASSITEJ Cradle of Creativity 2017 - to see our first post, a teaser video from their workshops, please click here. Objects with...