Current Projects

2014_B-Side “Cuz” – by Billy Mac

  B-SIDE SHORT-FORM A FAST AND FURIOUS WEEK OF WRITING FOR ABORIGINAL ARTISTS Initiated in 2013, B-Side is an Urban Theatre Projects initiative for First Nations artists to seed and develop new writing and paving the way for new work.…

2014_B-Side “The Debut” – by Gayle Kennedy

B-SIDE SHORT-FORM A FAST AND FURIOUS WEEK OF WRITING FOR ABORIGINAL ARTISTS Initiated in 2013, B-Side is an Urban Theatre Projects initiative for First Nations artists to seed and develop new writing and paving the way for new work. During …

2013_B-Side “It’s Just Dad and Me” – by Katie Beckett

B-SIDE SHORT-FORM A FAST AND FURIOUS WEEK OF WRITING FOR ABORIGINAL ARTISTS Initiated in 2013, B-Side is an Urban Theatre Projects initiative for First Nations artists to seed and develop new writing and paving the way for new work. During …

2013_B-Side “Untitled” – by Marley Nipps

B-SIDE SHORT-FORM A FAST AND FURIOUS WEEK OF WRITING FOR ABORIGINAL ARTISTS Initiated in 2013, B-Side is an Urban Theatre Projects initiative for First Nations artists to seed and develop new writing and paving the way for new work. During …

2013_B-Side “Dave” – Travis Cardona

B-SIDE SHORT-FORM A FAST AND FURIOUS WEEK OF WRITING FOR ABORIGINAL ARTISTS Initiated in 2013, B-Side is an Urban Theatre Projects initiative for First Nations artists to seed and develop new writing and paving the way for new work. During …

THE BANKSTOWN DANCING PROJECT

For The Bansktown Dancing Project, I found myself talking with Albert Oh. I was instantly impressed with how he and his wife Nancy approach dance, and I was dumbfounded by their generosity of spirit. It was my absolute privilege to…

Seeking Invigilators for One Day For Peace

We are looking for confident, enthusiastic people to assist with the presentation of this work. This is a paid opportunity. For more information about the work, download the One Day for Peace e-card

Life As We Know It

Life As We Know It is a funny and heart-warming new work that celebrates growing old.

Flamingo

Interweaving spectacular card dealing, dance and nimble linguistics Flamingo is a fast paced, seductive show that explores the glamour and greed of casino gambling.

Ama & Chan

First presented by Urban Theatre Projects in May 2011. This work presents a snapshot of Australian life that is light years away from media headlines or prime time TV.