Get to know the class of #2K22!
We asked Whitewall Year 11 students Salty, Gail and Hobby to tell us, in their own words, all about their new play Teechers Leavers ’22. The results? Mixed at best…
Scroll down as well to read a quick-fire Q&A with the Teechers Leavers ’22 cast about the high school hijinks they get up to in John Godber’s newly-updated comedy drama.Book Now
Get to know the cast
An interview with Teechers Leavers ’22 cast members Michael Ayiotis, Terenia Barlow and Ciara Morris.
Can you tell us (in your own words) what Teechers is about?
Michael Ayiotis – “Teechers is about 3 students who are at the end of secondary school. They’ve been inspired by a teacher who’s come in and shaken the school up. The actual show is about them reflecting on their life at school, the teachers and students, in hilarious and entertaining ways, and their goal is to show their new favourite teacher that even though their school can’t compete financially with the like of private schools, that all the kids have potential for amazing things.”
What attracted you to the this show?
Ciara Morris – “I was really excited when I read the script – I just knew I’d have so much fun playing Gail and was so really looking forward to getting my teeth into such a challenging gig. I’ve never done so much multi-rolling and it’s been really exciting to explore that.”
Terenia Barlow – “I remember watching a production of Teechers in my first year of drama school and fell in love with the play. The specificity through minimalistic props and stage design, allowing the actors to have to be so in tune with what they were delivering to an audience. I really thought it was amazing to watch.”
What can audiences expect from this production?
Terenia Barlow – “Audiences can expect to see marvelous creations of characters, questionable dance moves and a whole lot of fun and potential tears.”
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