Sea-Change! Stories of transformation

A performance by Dawn Langman

Warrah Specialist School Hall, Friday 12 April, 6:00 pm


Oscar Wilde’s The Selfish Giant and Shakespeare’s The Tempest are both stories of personal transformation:

And the Giant’s heart melted as he looked out. ‘How selfish I have been!’ he said;

This thing of darkness I Acknowledge mine.

But doth suffer a sea-change Into something rich and strange.

How many goodly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world, That has such people in’t!”


Dawn Langman will present The Selfish Giant and excerpts from The Tempest in a solo performance with commentary that will move and inspire.

Dawn Langman is an internationally acclaimed actor and speech teacher who taught for ten years at the Drama Centre, Flinders University. She is the author of five books on Speech, Theatre and the Actor of the Future. After training in Speech and Drama in Adelaide, Dawn taught Speech and Drama at Emerson College then trained in the Michael Chekhov acting method in New York. She has had a long and distinguished career as a performer in theatre, story telling and poetry.

Please note only pre-booked and registered ticket holders will be able to attend the Student Support Conference and Friday evening performance. There will be no ticket sales available at the venue.

12 Apr 2024
VENUE: Warrah Specialist School, Dural, NSW