This presentation shifts between the mirror of the author, the theatre maker, characters and audience.
LRT’s Michelle St Anne shares how processes of ‘re-scripting’
the result was a specific kind of listening beyond sound but included our relationship to space, costume, light and bodies.
Where is the reckoning with those who profit from these preventable deaths?
No longer did I need to look behind. Never again because he was dead. And dead men don’t…
The whole project relied so heavily on trust, and the result is a broody work about time, grief and memory
rituals helped me shroud this new work in the layers of grief that is resistant to the flows of time.
Caught within both the theatrical and the academic worlds, I have long been fascinated with the public lecture – its rhythm, its timbre and the frequency of facts
What if your home is not a building but a landscape? A river, a coastline, bush, forest, an ice field or desert.
Dusk traditionally presents a romantic palette, but given the current firestorms we are forced to confront a new kind of palette.