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Mercury (Hobart) - - PREVIEW - with Penny McLeod

THE Na­tional

Theatre Drama

School’s artis­tic di­rec­tor Trent

Baker (right) is visit­ing Ho­bart on Satur­day to run a free

Shake­speare work­shop and of­fer a $5000 schol­ar­ship to as­pir­ing Tasmanian ac­tors. The work­shop will ex­plore the phys­i­cal ways of un­lock­ing char­ac­ter and lan­guage in Shake­speare’s plays. The schol­ar­ship is avail­able to emerg­ing ac­tors and school-leavers who are au­di­tion­ing for the Ad­vanced Diploma in Act­ing at the Mel­bourne-based drama school. Baker will be hold­ing the free ses­sions, in­clud­ing a Q&A, at Re­act Theatre, 11 Ar­gyle Street, Ho­bart, from 12.30-2.30pm on Satur­day. THE Tasmanian Art School Grad

Show opens at the Cen­tre for the Arts on Hunter Street in Ho­bart tomorrow. Un­der­grad­u­ate, bach­e­lor and hon­ours de­gree work will be on dis­play through­out the Cen­tre for the Arts, in­clud­ing the Plim­soll and En­tre­pot gal­leries. The ex­hi­bi­tion runs from 10am-4.45pm daily from tomorrow un­til Novem­ber 17. HO­BART Youth Winds and the Ho­bart Brass Band will per­form their end-of-year con­cert at the Moonah Arts Cen­tre at 7.30pm on Satur­day, fea­tur­ing some of the works they per­formed at the re­cent state con­test where both bands won their re­spec­tive sec­tions. Also per­form­ing, for the first time, will be the Ho­bart City Bands’ new­est en­sem­ble, Ho­bart

Ju­nior Brass. Tick­ets are $15 for adults, $10 con­ces­sion, $5 for chil­dren, and $30 for fam­i­lies, avail­able at the door.

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