ATYP Middle & Senior School Bundle

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April Aardvark by Nathaniel Moncrieff

Charlie Pilgrim (Or A Beginner's Guide To Time Travel) by Sam O'Sullivan

Fight With All Your Might The Zombies Of Tonight by Matthew Whittet

Wonder Fly by Nick Atkins

Luke Lloyd: Alienoid by John Armstrong

The Trolleys by Sara West

Compass by Jessica Bellamy

Lights in the Park by Alexander Lee-Rekers

Bathory Begins by Emme Hoy and Gretel Vella

Impending Everyone by Michael Andrew Collins

Description

April Aardvark Publication CoverApril Aardvark by Nathaniel Moncrieff

THEMES: Bullying, Social Media, Communication
LENGTH: 90 Minutes
NO. OF CHARACTERS: 12
SUITABLE FOR: Middle Years

Nathaniel Moncrieff’s April Aardvark was the winner of the ATYP Foundation Commission (cast aged 10-13 years) in 2018. View product page here.

 

 


Bathory Begins by Emme Hoy and Gretel Vella

THEMES: Survival, Good vs. Evil, Horror
LENGTH: 90 Minutes
NO.OF CHARACTERS: 14
SUITABLE FOR: Middle Years

Emme Hoy and Gretel Vella’s Bathory Begins was the 2017 winner of the ATYP Foundation Commission. View product page here.

 

 

 


Charlie Pilgrim (Or A Beginner’s Guide To Time Travel) by Sam O’Sullivan

THEMES: Self Acceptance, Science Fiction, Cooperation
CHARACTER AGES: 10 – 13 years old
LENGTH: 90 Minutes
NO.OF CHARACTERS: 20
SUITABLE FOR: Primary Years

Sam O’Sullivan’s Charlie Pilgrim (Or a Beginner’s Guide to Time Travel) was the winner of the 2017 ATYP Foundation Commission. View product page here.

 


 

Compass by Jessica Bellamy

THEMES: Isolation, Survival, Entitlement
LENGTH: 60 Minutes
NO.OF CHARACTERS: 11
SUITABLE FOR: Middle Years

Jessica Bellamy’s The Compass was the winner of the 2012 ATYP Foundation Commission. View product page here.

 

 

 


Fight With All Your Might The Zombies of Tonight by Matthew Whittet

THEMES: Individuality, Friendship, Zombies
LENGTH: 60 Minutes
NO.OF CHARACTERS: 11
SUITABLE FOR: Primary Years

Matthew Whittet‘s Fight With All Your Might The Zombies Of Tonight was the winner of the 2015 ATYP Foundation Commission. View product page here.

 

 


Impending Everyone by Michael Andrew Collins

THEMES: Technology, Adolescents
LENGTH: 90 Minutes
NO.OF CHARACTERS: 10
SUITABLE FOR: Middle & Senior Years

Michael Andrew Collin’s Impending Everyone was inaugural winner of the ATYP Foundation Commission (14 – 17 Year Olds) in 2016. View product page here.

 

 


Lights in the Park by Alexander Lee-Rekers

THEMES: Coming of Age, Bullying, Friendship and Revenge
LENGTH: 80 Minutes
NO.OF CHARACTERS: 13
SUITABLE FOR: Middle & Senior Years

Alexander Lee-RekersLights in the Park was the 2018 winner of the Senior ATYP Foundation Commission. View product page here.

 

 

 


Luke Lloyd: Alienoid by John Armstrong

THEMES: Alienation, Bullying, Abandonment
LENGTH: 90 Minutes
NO.OF CHARACTERS: 15
SUITABLE FOR: Primary Years

John Armstrong’sLuke Lloyd: Alienoid was the winner of the 2013 ATYP Foundation Commission. View product page here.

 

 

 


The Trolleys by Sara West

THEMES: Sustainability, Responsibility, Authority, Childhood
LENGTH: 90 Minutes
NO.OF CHARACTERS: 11
SUITABLE FOR: Primary Years

Sara West‘s The Trolleys was the  winner of the 2014 ATYP Foundation Commission Award. View product page here.

 

 

 


Wonderfly by Nick Atkins

THEMES: Individuality, Friendship, Responsibility
LENGTH: 60 Minutes
NO.OF CHARACTERS: 14
SUITABLE FOR: Primary Years

Nick Atkin’s Wonder Fly was the winner of the 2016 ATYP Foundation Commission. View product page here.

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