Phuong Ngo’s 10-day durational performance, Article 14.1, referring to the Universal Human Right to seek asylum, invites viewers to engage with the stories of Vietnamese refugees. Taking residence in the Museum of Contemporary Art as part of Sydney Festival, this tactile experience is not one to miss.
Amongst the wealth of new music we’ve been gifted with over the past months– OKENYO made a mark with her commendable debut EP WAVE.
And what better way to celebrate it than with a tour? Relive the memories as Gillian and Gianna transport us back!
ON: The Girl The Woman with Nisrine Amine and Aanisa Vylet
Twelve years in the making, wild and funny until it’s not, The Girl / The Woman, is an exhilarating two-woman collision of body and mind, desire and tradition, language and visionary theatricality. Join the conversation with performers Nisrine Amine and Aanisa Vylet.
ON: The Rolling Stone with Zufi Emerson and Damon Manns
British writer Chris Urch’s award-winning play: The Rolling Stone zeroes in on the city of Kampala, Uganda and brings to audiences internationally, a story of family, religion, culture, sexuality; and the raptures that occur when they violently clash. Outhouse Theatre (Dry Land) will be bringing this work to life in its Australian premiere this July at Seymour Centre. We had a chat with Zufi Emerson and Damon Manns about their experiences working with the play and their hopes for this production- tune in for some gems!
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