Senior Lecturer in Drama, Flinders University
Dr Sarah Peters is a playwright, theatre practitioner and Senior Lecturer in Drama at Flinders University. Her verbatim plays engage with communities to tell the shared stories of experience, such as women living with Alopecia in bald heads & blue stars (2014), young people navigating mental health and wellbeing in twelve2twentyfive (2015) growing up in rural communities in Eternity (2017) and pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago looking for belonging in Blister (2019). In 2020 Sarah was invited to participate in ActNow Theatre and State Theatre Company SA's 'Decameron 2.0' project, writing two monologues for this innovative collaboration. Sarah’s practice includes facilitating playwriting and collaborative theatre making projects, most recently with D’faces of Youth Arts and ExpressWay Arts (Carclew) in SA.
Aug 22, 2021 01:45 am UTC| Insights & Views
Review: Hibernation by Finegan Kruckemeyer, State Theatre Company South Australia What lengths would you go to in order to save the planet from climate crisis? Stop eating meat and start composting? Recycle and make do,...
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