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Tania Canas


Nationality:    Australian
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Tania Camas has completed a Bachelor of Contemporary Arts (Drama and Psychology) and a Masters Degree in Communications at RMIT University. She has performed as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival, Next Wave and Amnesty International's ARTillery Festival. Earlier this year Tania was selected for a PTO Scholarship to present at the 18th Annual Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Conference at the University of California, Berkeley. She presented her Masters Research findings in a presentation and subsequent Q&A panel session. Tania has provided communications support for events such as the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival, the Moon Lantern Festival and Wellbeing Festival. She has also stage-managed cultural events such as the Emerge Festival, Premiers Gala Dinner, Whitelion Bailout and Rhythm and Rights. Tania's was selected as an Emerging Cultural Leader by Footscray Community Arts Centre and currently works at Multicultural Arts Victoria and volunteers at RISE.

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Tania Canas
Part of Out of placeOut of Place is a beautifully crafted collection of seven-minute monologues presenting young characters that laugh, tease and tell stories to make your toes curl. Out of Place is the latest instalment in The Voices Project, atyps overwhelmingly successful program designed to nurture and showcase the talents of Australias best young playwrights. Each piece takes a captivating look at what happens when people are placed just outside their comfort zone.

Performance Rights : Australian Theatre for Young People

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Voices Project 2013, The

1st Published:
Currency Press, Australia (2013) >>>    978-0-86819-978-8


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