CLEARWAY I and II has been rescheduled to:
11 – 31 August 2020
CLEARWAY I and II
Experience two different multi-sensory shows that powerfully express our humanity, humour and hope. Each performance presents ten different short stories written by Australian women who responded to a national call for submissions, performed in live readings by powerful theatrical and improvisation actors. The stories are infused with roaming flutes and piano written by contemporary composer Elizabeth Jigalin. All set against a backdrop of sculptural forms by Rox De Luca, that draw attention to the serious global issue of plastic waste.
VOICES OF WOMEN 2020
REVISED RUN SHEET: DATES AND TIMES
Rehearsals Tuesday 11 – Thursday 13 August 10am – 5pm at Articulate
Exhibition open/Opening night
Saturday 15 August time tbc 5pm Mudgee
Friday 22 August 7.30pm Articulate
Saturday 23 August 7.00pm Articulate
Friday 28 August 7.30pm Articulate
Saturday 29 August 7.00pm Articulate
Sunday 30 August 4pm Articulate
Friday 11 September Lithgow tbc
Saturday 12 September Dubbo
Friday 23 October Glen Innes
Exhibition "Still gleaning for plastic, on the beach" by Rox De Luca is open for viewing (free) Saturday – Sunday, 11am – 4pm (or other times by arrangement with the artist). NB: There is no separate Friday opening for this exhibition.
|Rox De Luca Still gleaning for plastic, on the beach (detail)|
Doors open 30 minutes before performance begins (bar available).
Time is included to explore the exhibition once the performance has ended. Parking available Mon-Fri after 7pm and all weekend on Parramatta Road.
Directed and Produced by Lliane Clarke
Performed by Julia Christensen, Bellatrix Scott, Claudette Clarke
Music composed by Elizabeth Jigalin
Flutists: Jessica Scott, Naomi Johnson, Lamorna Nightingale
Pianist: Elizabeth Jigalin
Lighting design by Kate Baldwin
Presented by Voices of Women Inc. Supported by Inner West Council, The Awesome Foundation, Writing NSW, First Nations Australia Writers Network (FNAWN), Verity La Creative Journal, Girls on Key Media.