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Talk Show: Hypothetical

At around 11 or 12 years old young people are starting to understand and grapple with abstract concepts like love, happiness and equality. They’re beginning to make decisions by thinking and analysing as opposed to only by feeling or experiencing.…

Team Trampoline (Meg Wilson & Nicole Barakat) in residence

Meg Wilson and Nicole Barakat (both visual and textile artists) recently collaborated with community and school groups from Blacktown and Western Sydney broadly, for a large-scale installation project over the course of 5 weeks from 4 June- 6 July, 2018.…

COME WORK WITH US!

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 currently…

Rajni Shah’s Feminist Killjoys Reading Group is seeking new members

“I am a feminist killjoy. It is what I do. It is how I think. It is my philosophy and my politics.” – Sara Ahmed, www.feministkilljoys.com The Feminist Killjoys Reading Group is seeking new members! Urban Theatre Projects and artist…

BRE & BACK

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 First Nations women, Grace and Jenny Shillingsworth and Lily and…

Songs from Northam Avenue

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 album ★★★★☆! Where it all startedThe album is…

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…

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…

Carriageworks presents
SIMPLE INFINITY

Produced by Urban Theatre Projects Commissioned by Carriageworks A man walks into a bar… Bookended by two texts by Gertrude Stein, Simple Infinity is a play within a play. Interweaving performance and a live string quartet, three unlikely people strike…