Talk You Me

When language is lost and new meanings sought, English becomes the second language and our human language is revived in an experimentation of movement, lyrics, rhythm and stories.

Artistic Director Catherine Simmonds in collaboration with

Yumi Umiumare- Choreography
Lynnelle Moran-Lyrics & Music
Mary Quinsacara-Rap & Rhythm
Riza Manalo-Multi Media
Yasmin Ferda Khan-Project Manager
Performed and co-devised by the women of Brunswick Women’s Theatre

The image photo by Eelin Cheah

Performance Dates
Thursday 10th November 1:30 pm
Visy Cares Learning Centre. 3-13 Hudson Circuit Meadow Heights
Friday 11th November 1:30 pm Kangan Batman TAFE Auditorium Pearcedale Parade BroadmeadowSaturday12th November 7:00pm
Glenroy Senior Citizens Centre 11 Cromwell St Glenroy

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BRUNSWICK WOMENS THEATRE – DISCOVERING THE NEED TO SPEAK AND SPEAKING THE UNSPOKEN

Brunswick Women’s Theatre aims to provide a supportive, creative environment for all women, particularly women from Non-English Speaking backgrounds and other under represented groups, to explore the richness of their own lives through the use of theatre skills, with the aim of developing empowerment through increased self esteem, enhanced social networks and a greater understanding of the personal and collective experiences of women. And through the fruition of these processes, to provide the community with performances that are not only expressive of the women in the group, but also of a high artistic quality.

The Intent of The Brunswick Women’s Theatre: There is no process of audition in BWT and performances do not rely on talent, but on the importance of the story to the group and the broader community. BWT is not a fixed group. With every new project women are sourced through community networking, assisting women from marginalised communities to enhance self esteem and relieve experiences of social isolation. Through public performances, Brunswick Women’s Theatre successfully promotes community understanding of such issues as displacement, trauma, discrimination and survival for culturally and linguistically diverse women. Brunswick Women’s Theatre 2011