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SOMETIMES THE SCARIEST STORIES ARE THE ONES CLOSEST TO HOME

OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG STORYTELLER IN NSW, AGED 14-18

Eerie Street is a podcast of maybe-true horror stories written and recorded by young people from across NSW. 

 

Ghostly tales and grizzly stories inspired by the dark rumours, handed down histories and local hearsay that springs from each of their hometowns. 

 

Matriark Theatre is looking for a team of young storytellers from across the state to help us create this terrifying podcast.

 

Successful applicants will attend a workshop program and receive mentorship from writer and storyteller extraordinaire Phil Spencer (ABC Radio Fictions, Story Club). 

 

The chosen stories will be professionally produced and recorded as a part of the Eerie Street podcast series. 

 

This is a unique opportunity for young storytellers to develop their skills and connect with like-minded young people from across NSW. We are particularly keen on hearing from regional and rural young storytellers.

 

Send us your application with the following information:

  • Name, age, location in NSW

  • Tell us your about favourite podcast, and why you love it 

  • How would you benefit from being in the program?

  • An eerie story about the place where you live/ have lived

 

The application should only be 2 pages in length.

If you have any questions feel free to contact us to chat about your application.

 

Applications close 9th October.

Send your applications to info@matriarktheatre.com

Eerie Street is supported by the NSW State Government through Create NSW

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