Moon Stories: The Day the World Changed! (2019)

By | 2019-07-01T04:14:19+00:00 June 11th, 2018|collaborations, cross-discipilary, cross-disciplinary, ecology, educational, environmental sciences, galleries and visual arts, inclusion projects, intercultural, performance, theatre, Upcoming Events|

Moon Stories: The Day the World Changed!  is a project that commemorates the 50th anniversary year of the broadcast of the first Moon Walk from the Honeysuckle Creek Tracking Station, just outside the ACT. It deals with history, human footprints, cultural differences and ‘deep time’. The project establishes partnerships between [...]

Fine judgments of our souls…

By | 2018-11-25T04:00:59+00:00 October 22nd, 2016|Anthems and Angels Trilogy, collaborations, cross-disciplinary, homepage, intercultural, migration and exile, performance, theatre|

Week Two! and we have rehearsed with our three generous musicians, Ben Drury, Richard Johnson, Jess Green and Michael Misa. Pastor Peter Kuot is deciding which of his stories of South Sudanese agricultural life to tell. School students from Marist College are coming to workshops this weekend, and our performers Chris and Robin--wickedly funny--have [...]

Compassion Plays begins!

By | 2018-11-25T04:00:20+00:00 October 22nd, 2016|Anthems and Angels Trilogy, homepage, inclusion projects, intercultural, migration and exile, performance, theatre|

Anthems and Angels: The Compassion Plays: A performance event about longing, loss, and the resilience of people in exile. Developed from years of research in and amongst community. There will be live music, singing, dance, intercultural storytelling, and a share community feast!

The Compassion Plays

By | 2018-11-25T04:01:26+00:00 October 5th, 2016|Anthems and Angels Trilogy, cross-disciplinary, homepage, intercultural, migration and exile, performance, theatre|

So...we are about to embark on Anthems and Angels,Mark II: the Compassion Plays. The project theme is the condition of exile and the experience of refugees. The performance structure is the medieval 'passion play', which invites its audience to travel through different ‘story stations’ and interact with and help shape the performance. Each show [...]