During 2016, UTP is offering three _Space residencies to the following artists: Angela Goh, Lucky Lartey and Phil Soliman.
Angela Goh was our _Space resident in April, where she worked on her new work Desert Body Creep… which premiered at Melbourne’s
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
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)
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
Coffee, Tea & 25 Cigarettes is an informal evening about Arab Australian contemporary theatre over the last 25 years.
Artists who have been making Arab-centred performances in Australia – in English and/or Arabic – will share visuals and personal stories…
Co-host June Hickey and UTP’s Artistic Director Rosie Dennis will kick off NSW Seniors Festival in Parramatta with a talk show with a difference. Think Jimmy Fallon, The Variety Hour and The Footy Show… rolled into one and you have
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
Curated and Produced by Urban Theatre Projects
Presented by Urban Theatre Projects & Sydney Festival
As the sun set over western Sydney, a suburban street in Bankstown transformed into a temporary foyer and backyards into temporary theatres as audiences…
A compilation of short radio plays written and performed for BANKSTOWN:LIVE as part of Sydney Festival 2015.…
A short radio play written by Aboriginal artist Robyn Schmitz.