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VICE

Drama · centrifuge arts · Ages 15+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
"Vice" is a sci-fi live theatre-film hybrid that explores the devastation and hope within imagined futures, and ultimately asks: How can you survive when you have been programmed out of existence? How can you reach someone who’s vice is a reality where you do not exist?
"Vice" is a sci-fi live theatre-film hybrid that explores the devastation and hope within imagined futures, and ultimately asks: How can you survive when you have been programmed out of existence? How can you reach someone who’s vice is a reality where you do not exist?

THE REICHSTAG IS BURNING

hartstone-kitney productions and black box live: from australia · Ages 14+ · flashing lights · one person show · Australia
A national emergency is declared. Civil liberties are restricted. Theatres & nightclubs - intellectual, artistic havens - are closing. A chanteuse takes to a smoky stage in musical defiance. A new cabaret for a world on fire, inspired by Weimar Kabarett. "A solo tour de force" ★★★★★ The Clothesline
A national emergency is declared. Civil liberties are restricted. Theatres & nightclubs - intellectual, artistic havens - are closing. A chanteuse takes to a smoky stage in musical defiance. A new cabaret for a world on fire, inspired by Weimar Kabarett. "A solo tour de force" ★★★★★ The Clothesline

SPACES BETWEEN US + SATORI

Dance & Physical Theatre · lewis major and black box live: from australia · Ages 0+ · family friendly · flashing lights · world premiere · Australia
Envisioning a world of impermanence and shifting atmospheres amongst different patterns of sound, light, and movement, 'Spaces Between Us + Satori' is an approachable, sensitive, and moving double bill of contemporary dance by acclaimed Australian choreographer, Lewis Major.
Envisioning a world of impermanence and shifting atmospheres amongst different patterns of sound, light, and movement, 'Spaces Between Us + Satori' is an approachable, sensitive, and moving double bill of contemporary dance by acclaimed Australian choreographer, Lewis Major.