ENVIRONMENTAL THEATRE HITS THE STAGE WITH PET CATS IN THE SPOTLIGHT

A south-coast theatre group is tackling environmental issues in an educational play for primary school-aged children, focusing on biodiversity and the domestic cat.
The creative directors at the Eaton Gorge Theatre Company (EGTC) are behind the production of It’s Cat’s Play – A Catastrophic Story, a stage show about cats.
Juliet Scrine and Ian McColm have written and performed the show that challenges pet owners to modify current pet practices.
The live show, video, and learning activities explore the ways the domestic cat negatively impacts the local wildlife and biodiversity.
They also linked the play to educational resources for teachers to access free of charge from the Distance And Rural Technology (DART) Learning website. The lessons are aligned with the Australian Curriculum Outcomes for kindergarten to year six students.

Media release available here Media release – K2W Glideways – It’s Cat’s Play

Its Cats Play teaching resources available here

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