Thursday 11 - Friday 12 April.
A collection of short plays created in just 24 hours. Five groups of students came together to write, rehearse, and perform a short work based on a setting, a prop, and a line provided to them.
The groups were:
Happy Dad Day! - Lewis Freeman (writer + actor), Rachael Taylor (director + actor), Erica Vandenberg (actor), Morgan-Belle Bradshaw (actor), Jack Hewitt (actor), and Krish Patel (actor).
Skittish - Scott Leopold (writer + actor), Sarthak Munjal (director + actor), Dexter Matson (actor), Joshua Bevacqua (actor), Jessica Kearns (actor), and Kirtan Singh (actor).
Life's a Beach - Jacinta Sciusco (writer + actor), Nihit Naphray (director + actor), Isabelle Piccolo-Cody (actor) and Cody Dunne (actor).
The Ladle Incident - Geremy Dimla (writer + actor), Georgina McLaren (director + actor), Thisara Hewamanne (actor), and Indianna Marteene Chen (actor).
Sea No Evil: A Crusie Ship Murder Mystery - Erin Thostenson (writer + actor), Vicky MacRae (director + actor), Elektra Orfanos (actor), Anastasia Kouloukas (actor), and Alan Lam (actor).
You can see photos of the entire process on our Facebook Page.
On Sunday, the National Union of Students (NUS) launched their #SaveOurStudents campaign with a list of six demands. The LTSU has begun pushing La Trobe University to meet us on some of these demands; namely, the call for fair assessment and grading for Semester 1 2020. However, this does not go far enough. Find out what your student representatives are proposing. >