Get Your Geek On by Isaac Drandic is a deadly 30-minute play celebrating First Peoples in stem for year 3 and 4 primary school students.

It’s all about Djirra, a massive science geek, keen to win a local science competition at all costs, IF she can keep her biggest rival, Kevin, in check! 

The performance is accompanied by interactive workshops with the students.

ILBIJERRI Theatre Company is taking Get Your Geek On to primary schools across Victoria for 1 and 2 day in-school workshops for groups of up to 30 kids, as part of our Ensemble theatre workshop program. 

2024 workshop dates:

  • Regional Victorian Schools 26 February - 1 March 2024
  • Metro Melbourne Schools 19-23 February 2024

The workshop will commence with a performance of a 30-minute play called GET YOUR GEEK ON by Isaac Drandic, which the whole school is welcome to attend. Themes and activities from the show will then be teased out in the subsequent workshops. The school can determine which young people will most benefit from participating in these workshops, but we ask that First Peoples participants are prioritised. 

ILBIJERRI Ensemble is an artist development program including First Peoples emerging theatre practitioners. Program Director Nazaree Dickerson has trained the Ensemble team to lead workshops, collaborate with emerging and established First Peoples theatre artists, and build industry networks and career pathways. Running since 2018, ILBIJERRI’s Ensemble program has been shaped by its participants – and in 2024 the program aims to empower Ensemble members further to empower a whole new generation of little theatre-makers!


Contact Alexandra Paige via [email protected] if you are interested in having Get Your Geek on at your school.

ILBIJERRI Ensemble is supported by City of Melbourne, the Betty Amsden Foundation, the Gandel Foundation and City of Yarra

Creative Credits

Program Director Nazaree Dickerson

Producer Alexandra Paige


Available Dates for Schools

Melbourne Metro: 19-23 February 2024

Regional Victoria: 26 February - 1 March 2024

The Fine Print
  • This is a free offer to schools
  • We ask that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students are prioritised.
  • A teacher must be present during these workshops.
  • All of the facilitators have an up to date Working with Children Check.
  • The team will require access to a space large enough to perform and deliver workshops over the 2 days e.g. gym, multipurpose room, or assembly area
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