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StageCenta have been a fantastic partner for St Edmund's College in the ticketing and promotion of our 2022 production Little Shop of Horrors. If ever we had any problem, a question, or an issue the team would respond promptly and guide us through the issue, or fix it if it was a backend issue. 

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Sammy Moynihan is a theatre-maker and artsworker with a particular interest in working with and for diverse communities and young people. As well as directing work, he has facilitated and performed theatre workshops in schools, detention centres, remote Indigenous communities and other contexts. In 2018, he toured France with Palestinian organisation, The Freedom Theatre before staying at their headquarters in Jenin Refugee Camp on the West Bank in Palestine.He completed his Master of Fine Arts (Cultural Leadership) at NIDA and was the recipient of NIDAs Lynne Williams Award for Outstanding Achievement in Cultural Leadership. He is a strong believer in the transformative power of the arts and enhanced his practice at the Centre for Theatre of the Oppressed in Brazil, where he facilitated performance workshops with homeless communities in Rio De Janeiro. In Canberra, Sammy is the Live Programs Officer for Belco Arts including their new Theatre opening in 2020. He is also an associate artist at Rebus: Theatre for Social Change and currently facilitates communication and theatre workshops for people with disabilities and for other communities.
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Trophy Boys
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Trophy Boys

It is the biggest night of Melbourne’s high school academic calendar, the Grand Finale of the Year 12 Inter-school Debating Tournament. The all-boys team from the elite St Imperium College are ready to totally annihilate their sister school rivals until... 

Played in real-time as the St Imperium team prepare their case, Trophy Boys is a satirical comedy about power, privilege and high school debating. Using a winning combination of satire and camp, Trophy Boys interrogates the well-documented toxic masculinity, misogyny and homophobia of our elite private boys’ schools, and in the men they produce.

 "Theatre lovers should rush to see Trophy Boys. The hilarious and devastating debut play from Emmanuelle Mattana is a revelation. Catch it while you can."  ★★★★★ - The Age 

"Independent theatre at its best." - Australian Book Review 

"An absolute tour de force of satirical genius, Trophy Boys is an hour of indie theatre you’d be mad to miss." - Theatre Travels 

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