Bre & Back… goes to the heart of one of the most significant relationships we have in our lifetime – that with our mother. Told from the perspective of four Aboriginal women, Grace and Jenny Shillingsworth, and Lily and Noeleen
Presented by Urban Theatre Projects and Riverside Theatres
Think Jimmy Fallon, The Variety Hour and The Footy Show all rolled into one and you have the beginnings of Talk Show…, hosted by 80-year-old June Hickey and her side
Building on the success of our 2014 _SPACE Residency program, UTP is offering three residencies in 2015. This program is for artists working across disciplines that are living and/or working in western Sydney.
The _SPACE Residency offers access to our…
For a third year we are commissioning and producing B-Side – short radio plays written and performed by Aboriginal artists.
Part 1: …Over the course of a week, four Aboriginal artists at various stages in their career will independently write
Urban Theatre Projects is undertaking an ambitious multi-faith project collaborating with religious leaders, residents and young people from western Sydney (WS) to create a large-scale video work.
As WS continues to grow and culturally diversify, we continue to see racial…
An epic story told in 3 chapters
HOME… takes its inspiration from the great Arabic and Indian storytelling traditions, where charismatic raconteurs would hold court night after night to tell well known stories for the village. Families would come to
Produced by Urban Theatre Projects
Commissioned by Carriageworks
Isabelle: I wonder what my purpose is?
Hugo Cabret: Everything has a purpose, clocks tell you the time, trains take you to places. I imagine the whole world is one big machine. …
UTP in partnership with Bankstown Arts Centre will be hosting a program of events as part of Senior’s Week on Tuesday 17 March, celebrating creativity and self-expression.
We’re especially excited about June Hickey and Rosie Dennis co-hosting The Age Debate,…
Curated and Produced by Urban Theatre Projects
Presented by Urban Theatre Projects & Sydney Festival
As the sun set over western Sydney, a suburban street in Bankstown transformed into a temporary foyer and backyards into temporary theatres as audiences…