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Bookings: 03 9534 3388
Office: 03 9534 4879
Date: 07 May 2013 - 26 May 2013
Time: Tues-Sat at 8:00pm, Wed 1:00pm, Sun 5:00pm, Sat 25 May 2:00pm
Price: $45 full / $35 conc & under 30 / $40 Groups 10+ [plus booking fee]
Written and Performed by Nilaja Sun
Directed by Hal Brooks
THIS SEASON HAS NOW SOLD OUT - however there are still tickets available for both performances at Geelong Performing Arts Centre on Friday 31st May at 1pm and 7pm book now or phone 5225 1200
Date: 30 May 2013 - 01 Jun 2013
Price: $32.50 full / $27.50 Grp 10+ / $22.50 Grp 20+ [plus booking fee]
wallow (then run, gypsy, run!) is the final showcase of the collidEdance intensive. After 3 weeks in Melbourne & 3 weeks in Sydney, training 20 of Australia's most exquisite dancers, Erica Sobol presents an evening of her finest choreography.
wallow is a celebration of the intensive's creative process, of the dancers' improvement in body and soul. It is also a celebration of storytelling, of love, of passion. A reminder to take care of each other.
Date: 05 Jun 2013 - 16 Jun 2013
Time: Tue to Sat 8.00pm, 15 June 2pm, 9 & 16 June 5pm
Preview: Wed 5 June at 8pm
Price: $32 full / $25 conc, groups 8+ & under 30yrs / $20 school groups / $20 preview [plus booking fee]
Daniel Clarke in association with Theatre Works presents the Australian Premiere of Palace of the End by Judith Thompson
Palace of the End details the reality of the war in Iraq from three unique perspectives. With its emphasis on the human voice and power of the soul in the midst of a destructive war, each account is a riveting and brilliantly portrayed indictment of one of the world's worst conflicts.
Date: 29 Jun 2013 - 30 Jun 2013
Time: Sat 8pm & Sun 6pm
Price: $28 full / $18 conc [plus booking fee]
PORTRAITS Presented by Melbourne Playback Theatre Company
PORTRAITS will paint a poetic and deliciously human picture of Melbourne through the theatrical transformation of the personal stories of its visitors, residents, leaders and workers.
This project has been supported by the City of Port Phillip through the Cultural Development Fund