Year K-2 Holiday Workshop
Tuesday 8 October
10.0am – 12.00pm
Location: Purple Room @ Liverpool City Library, Library Plaza, 170 George Street, Liverpool, NSW 2170. View MAP.
- Unlock imagination and creativity
- Improve peer interaction and collaboration
- Express emotions through the voice and body
- Develop character-building skills
What do your toys do when you’re at school during the day? Do your Pokemon get up to mischief? Does Polly Pocket hop on a skateboard and fight crime?
In this 2-hour holiday workshop, students in Years K-2 will unlock the power of their imaginations and go on a journey to unlock the mysterious and exciting worlds of their favourite toys. Students will work in pairs and groups to devise short scenes and bring their toys to life. They will be aided by music and props to enter the world of fun, play and exploration.
Parents are invited to attend a mini-performance by the students at the end of the session.
Students will also receive a Certificate of Participation.
- Please read our Centre Policies.
- Students are to wear comfortable loose clothing and appropriate footwear.
- Please ensure your child comes with food and a bottle of water.
- Should you be late in picking up your child, please call 1300 828 144.
Nisrine Amine is an actor and writer from Western Sydney. She recently featured in the Australian feature film Slam and will appear in the upcoming ABC series Frayed as well as FX’s Mr Inbetween and Channel 7’s Australian Gangster. Here other screen credits include Deadly Women, Here Come The Habibs, and Janet King as well as the short films Amir (2018), Candlelight (2017), The Woman on the Top Floor (2012), Broken Time (2013), and The Parisian (2013), the web series I Luv u But (2014) and TAFEWSI’s, Rob’s Campaign (2016). Nisrine received an Outstanding Actor nomination at the 2017 Sydney Film School Award night for her lead role in the short film Maya. Her stage credits include Lady Tabouli (Green Door/Apocalypse/Griffin Theatre Company, 2019), The Girl/The Woman (NTOP/Riverside Theatre 2018), Alex and Eve: The Complete Story (Factory Theatre, 2013) where she played the title role of Eve, The Colour Blind Project (Tap Gallery, 2011), and Arabian Nights (New Theatre, 2012) and has acted in countless playwriting development workshops.
Her short film Apricot received funding by Screen NSW as part of their SEED: Regional Funding initiative and premiered at Flickerfest 2018 and will air on ABC IView in early 2018. In 2012, Nisrine produced and co-directed The Young Creatives Festival of Shorts, a short-play festival for young people from Western Sydney as well as The Wizard of Oz (Our Lady of Mercy College, 2002), Check Please! (Catherine Mcauley, 2010), Evil Shall Not Triumph (Catherine McAuley, 2010) and The Wiz (Ave Maria College, 2015). She also wrote, produced and starred in a web series pilot Whatever After (2013).
Nisrine has worked with a range of national and international acting coaches including Anthony Skuse, Kevin Jackson, Anthony Brandon Wong, Natela Dzuliashvili, Serhat Caradee, Robert Marchand and Doris Younane, and studied at leading institutions including the Stella Adler School of Acting NYC, NIDA, Actors Centre and The Hub Studio.
Nisrine is the co-founder and Creative Director of Parramatta Actors Centre.