ButohOUT! 2019 is a festival to celebrate creative communities in Australia and beyond through the profound performance art medium of Butoh. 4 public workshops and 2 weeks performance season are held at Abbotsford Convent.Read More
Yumi is joining Back to Back Theatre’s Tokyo tour, performing in their masterpiece, small metal objects, a theatre show in the public domain; part voyeuristic meditation, part urban thriller.
An ingenious theatrical gem, small metal objects unfolds amidst the high volume pedestrian traffic of Ikebukuro Nishiguchi-park. With individual sets of headphones, the audience is wired into an intensely personal drama being played out somewhere in the crowd.Read More
A collaboration between Yumi Umiumare's PopUp Tearoom Series and S-Jon's Tumbleweed project, Con-TemporariTEA is a durational performance ritual, exploring freedom and spontaneity. It was a part of Mapping Melbourne Festival.Read More
Hipbone Sticking Out is a major theatre production made with the community of Roebourne, Western Australia, as part of the Yijala Yala Project. It premiered in Canberra as part of the Centenary of Canberra in 2013, and in 2014 it toured to Roebourne, Perth and Melbourne.Read More
A work in progress performance devised by the creative team in collaboration with women from the sex industry, men and youth( platform youth theatre).Through the stories of local and traffic women we ask, what is the impact of the sex industry upon us all?Read More
Not Just My Story is a special opportunity for audiences to encounter the human face of compelling asylum seeker stories. Weaving together the moments, memories and voices of the performers, the work challenges the popular narrative of seeking asylum in Australia. Not Just My Story will open your heart to the potential of our shared humanity.Read More
Ngapartji Ngapartji was a community development and Indigenous language maintenance/revitalisation project produced by the Australian arts and social change company Big hART conducted in various locations across the Anangu, Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in Central Australia and in Alice Springs.Read More