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.
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!
We had the great privilege of sitting down with the Co-Artistic Directors of Black Birds- Emele Ugavule and Ayeesha Ash about their new show Brown Skin Girl showing for a very limited season at Griffin Theatre as part of the Batch Festival. Have a read of the vision that these incredible trailblazers have for their company and Australia’s cultural landscape.
We had the incredible opportunity to work with some very talented artists from all across Australia. So we’ve put them all in one place so you don’t have to do as much internet stalking. Make sure to check out and support the rest of the work they do.
We sat down and had a chat to OKENYO and FLEX MAMI about their upcoming sets at Sunset 20 North.
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