Torgle Box – How Do You View Us? 2017

Torgle Box - How do you view us?2017’s performance was called ‘Torgle Box – How do you view us?’ It is based on real life and fictional stories that the students felt passionate enough to share with an audience. We looked in detail at three main areas this year; ‘Undateables first dates’, ‘Question Time’ and ‘Born to be Great.’ We used a mixture of live pieces, recorded videography and dance to tell our stories.

It's Time To Think 2016

It's Time To ThinkThe Face Me Theatre Companies 2016 production was called “It’s time to think.” The production was split into three different elements… 1. What’s it like to have a child with a disability. 2. Living with Autism and 3. Peer Pressure/ Homophobia.

It's Time To Think

In the Face of Adversity 2015

In the Face of AdversityThe Face Me Theatre Companies 2015 production was called “In the Face of Adversity”. The show played out in the form of a lesson and aimed to show and help people how to approach and speak to people with special needs. There was also a fantastic sketch raising issues about dealing with mental health problems.
Other fantastic performances included signed songs of A Great Big World ft. Christina Aguilera’s “Say Something” and Coldplay’s “Fix You” as well as a dance and partial signed performance of Paolo Nutini’s “Iron Sky.” Also the credits form part of the production as a scene in their own right.

In the Face of Adversity

The Outsiders 2014

The OutsidersThis performance helped the audience to understand about inclusion, the problems that students with special needs encounter in society and how to help them feel more included in the community.

The Outsiders

The Face Fits 2013

The Face FitsThis performance challenged the audience’s concept of normality and that their idea of normal is different compared to somebody with special needs.

The Face Fits

Ask Me What I Want 2012

Ask me what I wantThis performance helped the audience to understand that young people with additional needs have a voice and want to be involved in the decisions made about themselves.

Ask me what I want