True West

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RIVERSIDE'S NATIONAL THEATRE OF PARRAMATTA

True West, where fresh and vibrant voices are adding their stories to our cultural landscape. Join us for a celebration of talent with a world premier season of James Elazzi’s Queen Fatima, play readings of works in progress, a Creative Compass talk and a solo physical theatre workshop by UK based, Western Sydney artist Matthew Wells.

SATURDAY 9 JANUARY 

  • Reading: Myths and Legends (working title)
  • Directed by Jennefa Soldatic
  • 12pm–1pm

When High School frenemies Adaeze, Marčela and Lakshmana are forced to “volunteer” at Lost in Books in Fairfield, they have no idea that their punishment is about to transport them into a magical world of myths and legends from their respective cultures. Discover with them the magic held in myths from Croatia, India and Nigeria.

SATURDAY 9 JANUARY

  • Reading: CAPTAIN (working title) by Shiyan Zheng
  • Directed by Bali Padda
  • 2pm–3pm

Set over two decades, CAPTAIN explores the aftermath of one tragic moment.  What happens when an aspiring high school captain frames the school bullies for murder in order to stamp out bullying forever? The consequences are direr than could have been predicted.

SATURDAY 9 JANUARY

  • Creative Compass – Panel around playwriting in Western Sydney, hosted by Joanna Kee
  • 4pm–5pm

Panel discussion on the creativity, dynamism and inclusivity of Western Sydney artists with playwrights and directors including Jennefa Soldatic. Hosted by Joanne Kee, Executive Producer of Riverside’s National Theatre of Parramatta.

SATURDAY 16 JANUARY 

  • Solo Physical Performance Workshop
  • 9.30am–12.30pm
  • $35 Full Price. $25 Concession
  • Tickets on sale at a later date

A 3-hour, online workshop, by Rhum and Clay who take you on a step by step journey towards developing a dynamic and cinematic solo performance style. Drawing on their training at Ecole Jacques Lecoq and the methodology employed in The Stage Award-winning Mistero Buffo, expect to learn techniques which will allow you to embody multiple characters, change physical space in the blink of an eye and cultivate a rich and diverse theatrical world using just your body.

This workshop is ideal for anyone with an interest in solo performance, from experienced actors to students to those just starting out in the industry.

When

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Daily

Where

Riverside Theatres
Corner Church and Market Streets

How much

Free Event

Contact


02 8248 6500

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