Backstage Pass Tours
Share the magic of theatre with our immersive Backstage Pass tours.
Backstage Pass is the perfect way to give your students a greater insight and understanding of how a professional theatre works and an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look into theatre and music production.
Available as an add-on to a show or a standalone activity, each tour is unique and can be tailored to meet your school group’s learning outcomes and needs.
- Primary School Students: Kindergarten – Year 6 (Stages 1 – 3)
These tours are ideal as an add-on activity for schools attending a show or workshop. They usually run for 30 – 45 minutes and are designed to provide an overview and develop your students’ appreciation of the theatre and how it runs.
- Junior Secondary School Students: Years 7 – 10 (Stages 4 – 5)
Running for 1 – 2 hours, tours for these stages work well as an add-on to a show or a standalone activity. They provide students with an overview to the theatre and explore details around lighting and sound, stage mechanics, theatre roles and event management.
- Senior Secondary Students: Years 11 – 12 (Stage 6)
Ideal for students studying Drama or VET Entertainment, we recommend a half or full day tour with a focus on specific areas. These tours delve further into the complexities of lighting and sound, stage mechanics and more.
Dates & Times
Please outline your preferred dates and times on your Booking Form. Please Note: Backstage Pass tours are subject to capacity and availability.
$10 per student, per hour. We require full payment for your school group a minimum of 30 days prior to your Backstage Pass tour.
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MORE INFORMATION AND ENQUIRIES
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact:
Ian Zammit, Theatre Programs Coordinator
Phone (02) 4723 7606
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THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR
Celestino proudly supports The Joan’s 2021 Arts Education Season
CEO John Vassallo believes, “there’s an enormous social value in showing children they can imagine the unimaginable. In order to boost literacy and create well-rounded, confident, curious and creative minds, kids need the opportunity to be involved in live theatre.”