Act-Belong-Commit Dragonfly Outreach Halls Creek 2014

Inaugural Year

Halls Creek



Halls Creek District High School had their inaugural week of circus in June. Two artists attended the school and trained students in activities such as aerials, tumbling, hoops, juggling and diabolo. Although the mood was tempered due to a recent death in the community, the circus project put smiles on the faces of the students and their enthusiasm was contagious. One student in particular caught the eye of trainers because of her exceptional ability and dedication and it is hoped Theatre Kimberley can reconnect with her in Broome in 2015. The nearby Indigenous community of Lundja experienced several hours of circus training with a fantastic response when the two trainers visited their school.

Who's involved in Act-Belong-Commit Dragonfly Outreach Halls Creek 2014?

This project proudly supported by

Halls Creek, Kate Reid, Louis Biggs, Outreach