Rachael Woodward

Circus & Physical Theatre

Valentine’s Little Light

A story about a clown who has lost her heart.

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Come on a journey with Valentine…

Created and performed by Rachael Woodward this show is a combination of interactive clowning and shadow puppetry which invites the audience to think differently about their “heart”. Created specifically for children and their families, with your help, we hope to be able to premier this heartwarming show in late 2018.

We think it is important for children and their families to be able to come see a theatre show that they can enjoy together. For many of our audience members it will be their first experience of the magic of theatre. Valentine’s Little Light aims to foster qualities of authenticity and vulnerability. It creates a sense of community in uniting the audience, both young and old.

We need your help in order to premier this show.

The funds raised will go towards helping pay the artists and developing the design elements for the show, specifically the set and original score. We want to invite a sense of play from the moment the audience enter the space. It should feel as though they have just arrived at a crisp, white, slightly magical slumber party.

This project is one close to our hearts. It has been under development for a few years, with support from Spare Parts Puppet Theatre as part of its FirstHand program. Now, with your help we will have the opportunity to premier this work for the children of Perth, and maybe Valentine will finally find her heart.

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Rachael is a theatre maker, performer and puppeteer who is passionate about making work with and for young people. As well as creating her own work for ASSITEJ Next Generation Program Asia, Melbourne’s Festival of Puppetry, and ATYP’s Fresh Ink Program she has worked with companies such as Spare Parts Puppet Theatre and Sensorium Theatre. She has a Bachelors in Performance Making from WAAPA (Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts) and has worked as a teaching artist for companies such as Barking Gecko, Awesome Arts and DADAA. Rachael is regularly collaborating and creating with young people in order to ignite their creativity, and imagination by empowering youthful curiosity and playfulness.

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Philip Mitchell

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Bec Bradley

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Sensorium Theatre

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Judith Woodward

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Bastard Theatre

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Jenni Vile

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Dominique French

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Clare Testoni

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Kathleen Colegate

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Daniel Dosek

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Courtenay Mandy

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Robert Colegate

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