to do / to see
to do/ to see
from our theatre partners in april
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CAAP’s Longhouse Networking Program , featuring our own Artistic Director Tim Roseman, combines talks, performances, masterclasses and workshops. All artists and arts workers interested in exploring Asian Australian themes through contemporary performance are welcome to attend and get involved. For more information, click here.
vic: small and loud
Small and Loud is a ‘scratch night’ in Melbourne – a monthly event giving you the opportunity to test theatre and performance works in development in front of a fresh audience. Events are held on the last Wednesday of each month at Arts Centre Melbourne. Submissions are now open for artists to present throughout May, June and July. Submissions close: April 19. More information, click here.
vic: spencer by Katy Warner giveaway
Produced by Lab Kelpie and written by acclaimed playwright Katy Warner comes Spencer, a brand comedy-drama celebrating a gloriously dysfunctional Australian family. Plays at Chapel Off Chapel from 11 to 28 May. For your chance to win a double pass to the Thu 11 May 7pm performance, email email@example.com with ‘Playwriting Spencer’ in the subject line. For more information, click here.
nsw: silver gull award
Subtlenuance is proud to announce that entries are now open for the 2017 Silver Gull Play Award. This award will recognise an outstanding play by a local writer that explores philosophical or political themes. To apply and for more information, click here.
nsw: smurf in wanderland
Aussie theatre maker and devoted Sydney FC fan David William’s new play Smurf in Wanderland is a hilarious examination of football, tribalism, belonging and identity, and a passionate defence of what it really means to be a fan. 2-13 May @Griffin Theatre Company. To book and for more information. click here.
nsw: bondi feast
Bondi Feast is back and submissions are open for 2017. Housed at the iconic Bondi Pavilion, Bondi Feast will showcase over 70 performances of new work across two delectable weeks of feasting (18-29 July). Programming brand new shows, Sydney premieres, or shows that have had a short season and demand a re-run, if you’ve got a show, Bondi Feast want to hear from you. Applications close 29 April. For more information and to apply, click here.
vic: theatre works writing masterclass
This masterclass focuses on performance writing for theatre. It will be led by Ranters Theatre founding member Raimondo Cortese, and will compose of eight sessions. For more information and to book, click here.