AJZ Productions

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The Book of Loco
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The Bureau of Complaints
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A Kid Like Me - True North Youth Theatre Ensemble
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EBully
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Tower of Babel

...but some of us are looking at the stars

The Book of Loco: Age of Division

Juliette Zavarce
Producer
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AJZ Productions
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True North Youth Theatre Ensemble
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AJZ Productions is a not-for-profit innovative arts organisation established in 2012, led by award-winning theatre maker Alirio Zavarce and produced by Juliette Zavarce. AJZ Productions' ethos is to provide quality art experiences for the broader community. It engages with artists and creatives from a variety of performance genres to produce and present theatre experiences and events that step outside the norm. AJZ Productions has a focus on creating quality, innovative original new work.

AJZ Productions founded one of the most successful youth theatre ensembles in the northern part of Adelaide namely True North Youth Theatre Ensemble. True North Youth Theatre Ensemble has three groups engaging over 50 families in weekly classes and professional productions. True North Youth Theatre Ensemble recently represented Australia at the World Festival of Children’s Theatre in Stratford Canada 2016.

AJZ Productions has produced many successful projects and tour ready works including The Book of Loco, The Bureau of Complaints and EBully. AJZ has a strong working relationship with Channel 9 and together they have produced the ‘Live from 9’ fringe venue for the past four Adelaide Fringe Festivals and has an extremely strong program for the 2018 festival.

AJZ Productions has undertaken several community based projects engaging participants from a variety of backgrounds. This includes The Migration Project which partnered with both William Light and Woodville High School to the Mobilong Prison and produced several short films about life in Mobilong facilitating rehabilitation through the creation of art.

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