Word Out Loud: with Joanne Tsakoumagos

August 19 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Loading Events
  • This event has passed.

Poetry, Prose, Stories and Songs

The syntactical nature of reality, the real secret of magic, is that the world is made of words. And if you know the words that the world is made of, you can make of it whatever you wish.”

A warm casual gathering and reading of those words that have most comforted or inspired us in times of change.

Come and listen to our guest presenters.

Bring your own words to share if inspired to do so. Pieces can be from favourite writers or original works.

 

Joanne Tsakoumagos

Joanne is a writer, performer and teacher in the performing arts. Her formal education was in Theatre, Literature and Art Appreciation, with particular interest in directing, improvisation, contemporary dance, the Commedia Del Arte and writing. She has been teaching Dance, Drama, English and Theatre Studies since 1995, focusing mostly at senior levels at Castlemaine Secondary College. Joanne also currently teaches Year 9 & 10 Drama for the school’s Steiner Education stream also. In 2004 Joanne founded Inside Out Dance Theatre in Daylesford, providing a range of classes in Drama and Dance for all ages.

Joanne has developed a body of original works for dance and theatre since 1988. Her passion has been in developing original pieces that use multi art forms; where dance, storytelling, song, image and theatre come together to tell powerful stories. She has presented work for The Castlemaine Festival, Castlemaine Fringe and The Melbourne Fringe Festival. In 2002, for the Melbourne Greek Antipodes Festival, Joanne performed her solo performance ‘Salpari’, at the Victorian Arts Centre’s Black Box Theatre. In 2017, this play was extended as Salparise – A Fistful of Earth in the Suitcase’, for Daylesford’s Words in Winter and Swiss Italian Festivals.

 

Price: $5 donation
 

Venue

The Festival Hub (Senior Citizens Hall)
76 Vincent street Daylesford,
Vic 3460 Australia

Map

Words in Winter is an annual literary and arts festival held in August each year in the Hepburn Shire and surrounding districts.