December 12, 2019

I know it’s the holidays, so I’m supposed to be putting out a holiday message at this time but I felt it was important to say something to finish the decade that wasn’t just a touchy feely platitude.

At the start of the week the government declared its priorities for th...

November 8, 2019

It’s Term 4 and we all know what that means… monologue time! Here are 5 tips we've pulled together to pass onto students as they search for the perfect monologue.


Does your monologue have a clear moment of change for the character?

Many monologues create...

July 4, 2019

This is the first I’ve put pen to paper to articulate this – so follow me here and let me know your thoughts!

We have a word for the functional understanding of language… literacy.

We have a word for the functional understanding of mathematics… numeracy.

But what’s our wo...

May 18, 2019

Can I just say how amazing libraries are?

These are the ultimate community spaces: free to use for the community, full of interesting things and connected to such a diverse spread of our society.

Matriark focuses on building audiences from the ground up and I’ve been mea...

March 28, 2019

Every theatre history textbook I own, every class I’ve ever taken has always started with the theatre of the Ancient Greeks. They are hailed as the progenitors of theatre and the heroes that transformed Greece into the West End of the Mediterranean.  During this period...