Make a Mini Musical September holiday program
WHEN: Monday 25 – Friday 29 September, 2023
TIMES: 9:30 am – 3:30 pm each day
COST: $450 per child (second child discount available)
BOOKINGS: Please click here to book
Students will join Mr. Tim and Ms. Nath in a five day explosion of creative joy as they co-create and perform an original musical in only 5 days!
This engaging, high energy program caters for students aged 8-13 years. No experience is required – just an attitude to participate in the creation and development of a musical. Participants will devise the story, lyrics and music, write dialogue, choreograph stage movement and make props and backdrops for the performance. On the final day, they will take to the stage and perform a public performance in the TAC Theatre.
The music will be created by Mr. Tim and Ms. Nath alongside the students and there is the possibility for them to have their own sing-along tracks to take home as a memento of their creation.
The program takes up to 25 students.
ABOUT TIM AND NATH:
Tim and Nathalie Bevitt have been working together in their performing arts business ‘Mr Tim Enterprises’ since 2011. They have been involved heavily in the Canberra community during this time with festivals, workshops and events run throughout the city.
Their popular school workshop “Extravaganza Program” gets students ready for performances in only 4 days for mind blowing school concerts and they have written numerous school songs and compositions for a whole wide range of events.
They created the ‘Mr Tim Family Choir’ for adults and kids to sing along together in 2013 which is still running today as well as their adult choir ‘Unexpected Harmony’.
They have created the musical program in conjunction with the TAC over the last six year and produced four professional children’s musicals as well as several mini musicals. The most recent, The Age of the Pinedemic – the Musical was a huge success.
Tim runs a children’s rock band called Mr Tim & The Fuzzy Elbows which have recorded several albums over the years.
In 2019 Tim was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to investigate ‘Intergenerational play for creating cohesive communities’ and both he and Nathalie will be traveling overseas in 2023 to complete it.
They are both passionate artists and educators with a vision for people to play together to unleash their limitless creativity.
You can find out more @ www.mrtim.com.au