Genivieve Wert, Year 10 has been busy working with School2Stage on their
next creative project - Harmony. Genivieve is a character in this
project as part of Brisbane City Council's Youth Week event.
Harmony is a brand-new interactive world built in a futuristic fantasy, where magic meets science.
as the audience will be the travellers of this world, essentially
playing a live video game / choose your own adventure story.
can become involved in numerous different adventures, missions, or even
just play carnival games to earn some of the in-world currency to
You decide your journey, you decide your allegiance and you decide the future of Harmony.
Harmony opens its doors to you, traveller, from April 9th - 11th as part of Youth Week 2019 from 6pm - 9pm at Seven Hills Hub.
Entry is just $10 for under 25 year old or $32 for a group of 4
For more information search Harmony on Facebook or follow this link: https://www.facebook.com/events/265095627749439/
is such a great experience to be apart of as the creative process is
based of the youths perspectives and characterisations that will fit in
the world of harmony. This show is a 3 hour completely improvised show where the audience is emmersed into the
world of harmony
and any audience member can come and leave at any time! As a traveller
(audience member) you get the chance to earn chimes, join guilds, and
possibly help with a rebellion.
production is just one of the many productions I have done with the
company School2Stage. This company was created for young adults from the
ages 13-23 to create original shows and then
perform them on professional Brisbane stages.
Along this process you can
be envolved in many other aspects of putting on a show such as; sets
and props, marketing, script writing, costuming, etc. School2stage is
such a good company as it is solely focused
on creating connections between like minded kids to create exciting
theatrical experiences through a supportive and fun environment. I
personally have made so many strong friendships through this his
company. I would thoroughly encourage absolutely everyone
who is interested in creating original theatrical pieces, friendships or
just building confidence to check it out". Genivieve Wert, Year 10.