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
Urban Theatre Projects are making big things happen in 2016.
Highlights include the premiere of Simple Infinity, a remount of The Tribe, the commissioning of five writers across two major works (the very epic Home Project… (working title)
THREE PLACEMAKING COMMISSIONS WITH LOCAL, NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS
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 3 weeks, a
A LISTENING ROOM FOR NEW WRITING BY ABORIGINAL ARTISTS
In 2016, UTP is expanding our B-SIDE program by commissioning two writers to develop a full-length work, specifically written for a custom-made listening room – The Black Box… – which is literally
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 kick Rosie Dennis.
With a light touch and
Adapted by Michael Mohammed Ahmad & Janice Muller
Based on the novel by Michael Mohammed Ahmad
After its acclaimed debut season at BANKSTOWN: LIVE, UTP is partnering with Belvoir to bring The Tribe… from the streets of Sydney’s
Bayanihan Hopping Spirit House was exhibited at Sculpture by the Sea… from 22 October to 8 November 2015
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An epic story told in 3 chapters
The Home Project …(working title) is a major new Australian work. It is an epic story of urban Sydney told in three chapters at three suburban locations across the city: Waterloo, Auburn and Blacktown.