From Where I Stand: Alexandra Lord
While at the school it is easy to focus on our individual experiences determined by our specific program demands, I think it is essential that we bear witness to our parallel artistic development and how they differ from program to program. After all once we move past these walls we will inevitably meet again so why not start getting to know each other as best we can now?
From Where I Stand: Annabel Soutar
Theatre of the citizen is not simply political theatre. It is deeply personal.
From Where We Stand: Carly Chamberlain & Tanya Rintoul
"There is a power in having different perspectives in our artistic voices. Because there is a great tension between ideas that also tells a story. There doesn't have to be terms of agreement, or a fight to prove that one's voice is more important or more 'right' than another. "