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OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG STORYTELLERS IN NSW, AGED 14-18

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Have you ever wanted to write and record your very own podcast episode?

 

Eerie Street is a podcast horror series written by young people around NSW. The stories are drawn from the very real locations that exist on the periphery of our lives and have been written and performed by writers aged 14-18.

In 2022, Matriark will release season 2 of Eerie Street and we’re looking for our next ensemble of writers. This ensemble will write and record their own horror podcast episode, receive writing mentorship and experience recording their work at a professional recording studio.

 

The program will consist of 4 workshops delivered online with recording taking place in Sydney in June.

The podcast will be released on October 31st, 2022.

 

Because of the nature of the program, we are encouraging young people from regional NSW to apply with costs associated with travel to Sydney covered by Matriark Theatre. We welcome applications from young people aged 14-18, especially First Nations people, people from ethnically diverse backgrounds, disabled people, and LGBTQIA+ people.

 

This is a fantastic and unique opportunity to get experience in broadcast media – don’t miss it!

 

Deadline for submission is midnight January 30th

APPLICATIONS

 

To apply for Eerie Street please send us no more than 2 pages answering the following questions…

 

1. Who are you?

Tell us who you are? Where are you from? What is your life like? What makes it unique? What do you want to do in the future?

 

2. What is your favourite podcast and why?

Tell us about your favourite podcast and what you like about it, what is your favourite episode. If you don’t listen to podcasts let us know why you are interested in podcasting and broadcast storytelling?

 

3. Write a short horror story based on a location near where you live.

Get inspired by where you live and write a short horror story based on a landmark near you. Keep it brief and scary.

 

We want to encourage anyone to feel like they can apply so if this application feels too overwhelming for you then you may submit a video or audio recording.

 

We also know some people will be reading this application thinking, “This sounds great, but I’m not sure I’ve got what they’re looking for.” We encourage you to get in touch. There is support available to help you apply!

 

The application should only be a maximum of 2 pages in length.

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

 

Applications are due midnight January 30th.

Send your applications to info@matriarktheatre.com

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