JUTE Theatre has two last minute gift ideas sure to bring a smile to the face of an aspiring storyteller or actor.
Write Out Loud – Online Writing Program – $395
For those with a would-be writer in their life – be it plans to pen a novel, memoir or performance piece, JUTE Theatre’s new online writing program, Write Out Loud is a thoughtful (and practical) gift. This self-paced program comprises nine interactive, video tutorials presented by JUTE founder, dramaturge and award-winning playwright, Kathryn Ash, along with interesting exercises, worksheets and a series of Inspiration Spark meditations. A subscription can be purchased online for just $395. Write Out Loud subscribers will receive lifetime membership and access to the Facebook JUTE Write Out Loud writers’ community.
Write Out Loud is online at write-outloud.com
JUTE Theatre School 2017 – From $200 per term
Children and adults with an urge to perform on stage will love the gift of a term or two at JUTE’s Theatre School with weekly lessons starting in February 2017. Term one incorporates an eight week program (one class per week; 1.5 hours for children and 2 hours for adults) with one of JUTE’s founding theatre professionals – drama teacher and experienced actor, Susan Prince. Each term culminates in a showcase that parents and friends will be invited to enjoy. JUTE’s teaching outcomes include skill development, improved confidence, self-esteem and the opportunity to perform. The cost per term is $200 for children under 17 years of age and $220 for adults.
For further information on either Write Out Loud or to purchase a gift voucher to JUTE Theatre School, contact Peta Cooke at JUTE Theatre on tel: 40509444 or visit the website www.jute.com.au
Pip Miller PR Mob: 0419 681543 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
JUTE came into being in 1992 when three passionate theatre makers living in Cairns met and creative sparks began to fly. The three founding members of JUTE are Kathryn Ash, Suellen Maunder and Susan Prince. JUTE’s first production launched International Womens’ Day in March 1993 at the height of summer in the un-airconditioned arts centre (shed!). The work was fiery, raw and unique in the region….it was an instant success! JUTE produces plays, tells stories, tours and provides a vast and diverse range of training and development programs for emerging and established writers, actors and theatre professionals.