Educational Musicals Productions
 

Science Week - Australia

Choose from two of our Science Week musicals in 2012!

Wipeout!Wipeout! - Poster

The International Year of Sustainability for All – more than 2.4 billion people worldwide have little or no access to electricity.

In the year 2050 life across the planet has changed. Now on the Great Barrier Reef, the world's biggest stars and scientists have gathered for one massive fundraising concert WIPEOUT! to bring about a major shift in awareness across the globe.

WIPEOUT! takes students on an hilarious, interactive journey full of scientific facts, emphasizing the importance of access to clean energy technology while exploring the diverse range of Australian ecosystems under threat.

Areas of learning: A diverse range of living things have evolved on Earth; investigation of living things and their interdependence within ecosystems; scientific understanding is used to solve everyday problems; energy from a variety of sources can be used to generate electricity; energy appears in different forms.
Curriculum coverage: Biological Science, Physical Science, Environmental Science, SOSE/HSIE, Economics, The Arts.

This production incorporates the National Statement of Learning for Science.

National Science Week logo2012 International Year of Sustainable Energy for All logo

Rock Me, Galileo!Rock Me, Galileo! - Poster

Take a wild ride through the discoveries of Galileo – the father of modern science! See the breakthroughs and theories of a man whose view of the world – that it revolved around the sun – made him a revolutionary of his day and shaped the future to come.

Areas of learning: Square Kilometre Array – the international telescope; Galileo; Earth is part of a system of planets orbiting around a star; parabolas; heliocentrism.
Curriculum coverage: Earth & Space Sciences; Mathematics; The Humanities; The Arts.

This production incorporates the National Statement of Learning for Science.

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Dates:

TERM 3: Monday 6th August – Friday 24th August 2012
(National Science Week: Monday 13th August - Friday 17th August 2012)

Available: NSW, VIC, QLD, WA – to schools within 1 hour of the CBD
Duration: 50 minutes
Suitability Years 5-9
Location: In your school
Price: $5.00 per student (+GST)
Minimum: If less than 140 students per performance then a flat fee of $700 (+GST) will apply.

Read some of the testimonials we have recieved from our other productions!

Previous Years

Rain Reaction Poster Rain Reaction

Science Week 2011 – ‘International Year of Chemistry’
A global journey to save us all from extinction!

Nothing wrong with Wozza! As long as he has his Wii, his plasma TV, a full fridge and comfortable home he's happy to follow his dream – to appear on MASTERCHEF!

Wipeout! Poster Wipeout!

Science Week 2010 – ‘Australia’s Biodiversity’
A global journey to save us all from extinction!

In the year 2050 life across the planet has changed. The biodiversity of the planet is shrinking as the sixth mass extinction draws closer. Now on the Great Barrier Reef, the world’s biggest stars and politicians have gathered for one massive fundraising concert WIPEOUT!

Rock Me Galileo Poster Rock Me Galileo
SCIENCE WEEK 2009 ‘Astronomy – Science Without Limits’
Take a wild ride through the discoveries of Galileo, the father of modern science!

In an hilarious combo of pop songs and comic sketches, take an exhilarating trip through the breakthroughs and theories of a man whose view of the world – that it revolved around the sun – made him a revolutionary of his day and shaped the future.

Get Wet Poster Get Wet
SCIENCE WEEK 2008 ‘Planet Earth – Planet of Change’
What is the environmental cost if 15 minutes of fame?

Nothing wrong with Warren (Wozza to his mates)! As long as he has his Wii, his plasma TV, a full fridge and a comfortable home he’s happy and able to follow his dream – to appear on prime time TV.

Hot Ice Poster Hot Ice
SCIENCE WEEK 2007 ‘Antarctic Science’
A fiery exploration of the coldest place on the planet!

Join legendary Australian scientist and explorer Sir Douglas Mawson as he comes to life onstage, captivating students with the dramatic history of the Antarctic Polar Region, its environment and ecosystem, on a quest to understand the link between polar-global interactions and help save the environment!