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Position Available: First Nations Producer

We are currently seeking a First Nations Producer to join the Urban Theatre Projects team. The First Nations Producer is primarily responsible for Producing Urban Theatre Projects’ First Nations projects, which includes supporting emerging, mid-career and established artists, building relationships…

Songs from Northam Avenue

ONLY ONE PUBLIC HOUSE CONCERT FRIDAY 21 APRIL  Urban Theatre Projects is excited to be hosting an intimate ‘house concert’ to celebrate the recent release of Toby Martin’s new album Songs from Northam Avenue.   Rolling Stone gave the…

THE LOCALS MUSIC

ENSEMBLE OFFSPRING WITH LUCKY LARTEY IN RESIDENCE For our second The Locals Residence, we’re hosting with previous _SPACE residency artist Lucky Lartey and musicians from Ensemble Offspring. The invitation is open for blue-sky research and collaborative exchange between western, eastern,…

THE LOCALS

WRITING THE WEST The Locals is UTP’s continued commitment to investing in emerging artists from Western Sydney. In 2017, UTP is partnering with Sweatshop Literacy Movement to commission up to six emerging writers from Western Sydney as part of The

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At the start of the year, we invited four local Bankstown residents to join UTP’s Artistic Director Rosie Dennis, for a regular date to the theatre. Rosie has chosen three shows for the group to attend throughout the year. We…

THE TRIBE

Adapted by Michael Mohammed Ahmad & Janice Muller Based on the novel by Michael Mohammed Ahmad   Performed by the inimitable Hazem Shammas, The Tribe is a story of belonging and family, told by Bani as a small boy finding…

BLAK BOX

A ‘TOURABLE’ SPACE FOR FIRST NATIONS STORIES Blak Box is stripped back storytelling — up-close and personal in a surround sound environment. Blak Box embraces the First Peoples concept of ‘deep listening’. In NSW, the word for deep listening is…

Home Country in the press

The Sydney Morning Herald – “From the rooftop you can see the mess of city life: other multi-level car parks, apartment blocks with satellite dishes, land dug up by developers… To the west, you can see the Blue Mountains. To…

HOME COUNTRY

Presented by Urban Theatre Projects, Blacktown Arts Centre and Sydney Festival Staged in a multi-level car park in Blacktown, HOME COUNTRY is a theatrical triptych that explores place, identity, and what it means to be home. With Aboriginal Elder Uncle…

BAYANIHAN HOPPING SPIRIT HOUSE

Bayanihan Hopping Spirit House is part of an ongoing collaboration with Urban Theatre Projects to explore how the community practice of bayanihan can be creatively translated and expanded within different community contexts. The project is grounded on the translation of…