NSA is a Registered Provider with the NDIS:

NDIS Provider Registration Number: 4050011492 “Innovative Community Participation”

Support Area: 3.09 Increased Social & Community Participation

Code: 09_008_0116_6_3

Are you born to be on stage? NSA provides professional theatre skills workshops with opportunities to perform on stage, off stage and back stage.

 

No Strings Attached Workshops

Our weekly theatre workshops programs are tailored to the needs, abilities and skills of each participant.
Professional theatre mentors consult and collaborate with all the performers to explore themes and ideas to create award-winning theatre. Come and try for FREE.
Everyone is welcome. Join us and give your voice to the lived experience of disability.

Do you work with young people who are born to be on stage?

Regular workshop programs run weekly throughout school terms:

  •  Mixed Ensemble - Tuesday nights
  • Tracking Culture (ATSI) - Fridays
  • Men's Ensemble - Saturday mornings
  • Other groups convened in response to demand (eg Women's Ensemble)
Men's Ensemble
 
The Men's Ensemble meets on Saturday mornings in St Peters. Recently they have been working with new tutors and new theatre-making experiences that they are keen to show us at ReConnect.

Contact us if you are interested in finding out more about the Men's Ensemble. 
 
Mixed Doubles

Mixed Doubles meet on Tuesday nights. They worked hard on creating and developing a performance about 'connections' for our AGM on 1 August, which we all really enjoyed. We can't wait to see what they've been working on over the last few months as well.

Contact us if you are interested in finding out more about Mixed Doubles.

Tracking Culture

Tracking Culture has been working on a brand new performance piece named 'The Gathering'. It is a collaboration between Kura Yerlo and NSA. 'The Gathering' is a story about Tarndanyangga, the place of the Big Red Kangaroo, a sacred meeting place for the Kaurna people. We're all invited to join them for 'The Gathering'. The first showing of this new performance will be at the Spirit Festival on Sunday 5 November 2017. Visit their Facebook page for more information.

Contact us if you are interested in finding out more about Tracking Culture.