Available on ABC iview until 27 December 2016.
About the film
In one of the most multicultural cities in the world, One Day For Peace… takes us on a journey across the suburbs of Western Sydney to ask: what do
Urban Theatre Projects makes work that has impact. We tell personal, real-life stories that represent a more complex portrait of contemporary Australia, and bring these stories into the everyday by creating site-specific, distinctive cultural experiences for our audiences.
We’re driven to…
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 Cheeky as your host, we meet Ali from Algeria and neighbour
Building on our Practice & Participate artist residency program which seeded a number of new works for BANKSTOWN:LIVE, RIGHT HERE. RIGHT NOW… is UTP’s artist residency program for 2016-2018.
Over several months, four artists will be in residence with UTP
A love story for the 21st Century.
A NORPA and Urban Theatre Projects co-production. Commissioned by NORPA.
Sydney’s Urban Theatre Projects and Northern Rivers Performing Arts have put together something so creative and unique with …My Radio Heart that it lingers
In 2013, we initiated B-SIDE, …a fast and furious week of writing for Aboriginal artists produced locally with a national and international reach. The artists work in close collaboration with one another and industry professionals to develop a short fictional essay/monologue,