Access Arts Theatre Ensemble

Audition Callout
Metro Arts Training Residency 2017

Closing date: Monday 23 January 2017

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Access Arts Theatre Ensemble performer

What is the Access Arts Theatre Ensemble?
This ensemble is for experienced actors or physical performers who experience disability and are looking to build upon their skills in a group environment.

The Theatre Ensemble will meet once a week at Metro Arts, and will collaborate to create an original performance under the guidance of facilitator Daniele Constance; stage performer, multi-disciplinary producer and director and assisted by teacher and performer Eleonora Ginardi.

What is the Metro Arts Training Residency 2017?
Access Arts Theatre Ensemble will be housed within the exciting new training residency offed by Metro Arts in 2017. This residency will allow for the Ensemble to create, shape and form new theatrical techniques, processes and unique workshop collaborations with the award winning Phluxus2 Dance Collective. Phluxus2 creates boundary bashing and beautifully abstract stories through the transforming complexities of contemporary dance and dance theatre.

“I left with an altered view: the performance awoke in me the ability to defy the odds.” – Arts Hub

The work created by the Theatre Ensemble will be shown at Metro Arts and any other curated performance opportunities that result from the residency.

For more information and to download the Application Form, click here.

Please note: 2017 enrolled Theatre Ensemble members need not fill out Audition Application Form. Just come along and enjoy the workshop!

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