2018 Canning Shakespeare Competition

2018 Canning Shakespeare Competition

The Canning Shakespeare Competition is on again! It's about art, performance, and celebrating the contribution of Shakespeare to our language and culture. 

Grade 10 - 12 students living in the electorate of Canning are invited to enter a video performance of a monologue from one of Shakespeare's works.

Monologues must be a maximum of 2.5 minutes long, performed in character, from memory. 

Submissions must be made by 5pm, Friday 6th July. 

10 Finalists will be selected to perform their monologue before a live audience and a panel of expert judges on Saturday 21 July at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre. 

This year’s judges include Glenda Linscott, Head of Acting at Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)

This year there are three prizes to be won

First place: $1,000 and two tickets to the Bell Shakespeare production of Julius Caesar.

Second place: $750 and two tickets to the Bell Shakespeare production of Julius Caesar.

Third place: $500 and two tickets to the Bell Shakespeare production of Julius Caesar.

To find out more or to make a submission, Contact Andrew's office:
2/61 Sutton St, Mandurah 6210
andrew.hastie.mp@aph.gov.au
(08) 9534 8044