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Hit the Stage! (7-10 years)

Fun and laughter are an essential part of the workshop as our young performers experience what it takes to get a show from the rehearsal floor to the bright lights of the stage!

Hit the Stage Tim Bray TAPAC
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    9:00am - 3:00pm
$295 (additional siblings $265.50)
Tim Bray Productions
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Lunchboxes

Ham or vegetarian lunchboxes ($10 per day) can be ordered when you pay for the course or pre-ordered each morning.

Returning to TAPAC for the 4th year - Tim Bray Youth Theatre’s Hit the Stage! gives young performers the opportunity to experience what it takes to get a show from the rehearsal floor to the bright lights of the stage!

Under the direction of the creative team from Tim Bray Productions’ Youth Theatre, students will have the opportunity to explore their performance skills, build confidence, and create a unique piece of theatre, ready to ‘Hit the Stage!’ at the end of the week with a free-entry performance for family and friends in the TAPAC theatre.

Families are invited to watch the final performance at 5.30pm on Friday in the TAPAC theatre.

Hit The Stage! sold out in January 2016, 2017 and 2018 so book early to secure a place for this school holiday theatrical escape.

NB: On Friday 18th Jan 2019, you may collect your child at 3pm as usual and return them at 4.30pm to prepare for the show OR your child may remain at the theatre in our care until the show begins (please ensure they have food and drink to eat). There will be a sheet for you to sign midweek indicating if your child is remaining and also for you to indicate the number attending the performance.

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Tim Bray Productions

Established 27 years ago, Tim Bray Productions is recognised as Auckland's leading theatre for children and is administered by The Operating Theatre Trust, a registered charitable trust. Founder Tim Bray  is the best-selling playwright for children in New Zealand and has been awarded a Queen’s Service Medal for services to children and theatre.