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Starrs Productions - Australian educational theatre
Starrs Theatre Productions


Below you can read some of the feedback we have received for our performances.

Posted: 24-Aug-2018St Marys Alexanda VIC
Gigi and Glen were fantastic in the play Young Mary. All year groups loved it. A ten out of ten performance.

Posted: 19-Aug-2018Olsh Randwick
The play Young Mary was engaging for the students and the staff. The play taught the children so much about the life of May MacKillop. Everyone enjoyed the play.

Posted: 29-Jun-2012Whitebridge High School
'The cyber bully' play was ejoyed by the students. The play was well performed, was suitable for the year level and the actors had an excellent rapport with the students. Thanks Jenny Butters.

Posted: 29-Jun-2012St Stephen's School Carramar
'The cyber bully' for our year 7's was well acted and gave the students the chance to interact and ask questions. A worthwhile performance for all.

Posted: 29-Jun-2012Good Samaritan College Hichinbrook NSW
'The cyber bully' for year 7 was very positive and the students were highly engaged by the performers and the message. Thank you. Patrick.

Posted: 29-Jun-2012St Pius X Primary Dubbo
Thumbs up for Bully no more! It was very funny and a great way to learn about how to deal with bullies. The kids were very engaged by the songs, stories and presentation. Thanks..Heather...

Posted: 13-Jun-2012Mosman Park Primary WA
The students has a very postive response to 'Return of the bully'. It was fantastic! Thanks it's a briliant way to add to the bullying conversation.

Posted: 13-Jun-2012Islamic College SA
'Jo Solo' was acted well for grades 3 - 6. They learnt about how it feels to be bullied. I thought the play sent a powerful message about bullying to this age group. They also had a glimspe of how poeple feel when they are bullied. The perpetrater was also focused on and the children related to feelings of change from being a bully to a friendly person.

Posted: 13-Jun-2012St Raphael's West Preston
P- 6 were thoroughly engaged with the play 'Bully no more' and liked being involved toward the end. They laughed a lot! The teachers were engaged as well and found the comments amusing and insightful for the kids. A great discussion followed in home rooms. The kids loved the acting!

Posted: 13-Jun-2012St Michael's College SA
The year 8 students really enjoyed 'Techno bully' and benefited from seeing the personal impact on Kathy from cyber bullying. They enjoyed the humour in the play. Great energy from the performers who kept the students interest throughout.

Posted: 13-Jun-2012Casterton Secondary School
'The cyber bully' was an excetional show. Years 7 - 10 watched in stunned silence as they were totally engaged. The play began with building characters, included a very dynamic twisting plot - 'a bit of dance, bit of drama!' and an excellent message! Expressed the fun side of cyber media and especially the serious consequences of misuse. Emphasised the importance of trust and mistrust and how to avoid being conned!

Posted: 13-Jun-2012Casterton Primary School
The kids were very involved in the show 'Bully no more' and got a lot out of it. They enjoyed it immensely. It was a great idea to have audience participation. A sensitive subject dealt with in an appropriate manner.

Posted: 13-Jun-2012Canterbury Girls High School
Hi Trisha just wanted to pass on how much the girls loved Morganics. I've never been thanked by so many kids for organizing a show before. the bell went for lunch and not a soul moved and many stayed back to ask him questions. So pass on how much Canterbury gilrs loved the show. Cheers Jane slattery

Posted: 07-Jul-2011Hamilton South Public School
The students thoroughly enjoyed The cyber bully and found it to be relevant. The teachers said the students were totally engaged and thought the presenters did an outstanding job.

Posted: 08-Jun-2011Como Primary School
The bully is Back was very positive and children were able to retell the story and were involved with the characters.

Posted: 08-Jun-2011Cooerwull Public
Jo Solo had a great response from our children. They loved it!

Posted: 08-Jun-2011ST Columbans
The cyber bully interested our children at all times. They were invovled in the presentation and children said they had learnt a lot about cyber bullying from the play.

Posted: 08-Jun-2011St John the Apostle ACT
The students loved Bully no more! Very enthusiastic and enjoyed from K - 6. Very engaging and well acted. Provided an excellent opportunity for follow up.

Posted: 08-Jun-2011Elderslie High
The cyber bully was great for year 7. A play which the students could readily relate to.

Posted: 08-Jun-2011Wandana Primary
The cyber bully was outstanding, funny, educational and perfect! The students got the message loud and clear.

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