'ON THE GRASS ' - Youth drug and alcohol issues On the Grass was a youth street theatre project funded by the Alcohol Education and Rehabilitation Foundation Ltd. and run at the Byron Bay Youth Activity Centre. Thirty young people, ranging in age from 14-25 years old, participated in the project over a period of five months. From a series of workshops the participants created a 20-minute show, which explored drug and alcohol issues in a humorous and theatrical way through movement, story telling, circus and sound-scape. The show was performed outdoors in Byron Bay over two weekends.
C.D.A.T TRACKY DUCK FAMILY- Drug and Alcohol abuse

The Tracky Duck Family show was a twenty-minute street theatre show using dance, physical theatre, voice, tableaux and comedy. The show explored the wide range of social problems drug and alcohol abuse can cause. This project was funded by the C.D.A.T's of Kyogle, Lismore, Ballina and The NSW Premiers Department and was performed at local markets, community celebrations, on the streets, agricultural shows,music festivals and in shopping malls.