ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019

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Upcoming theatre works:

Image credit: David Finnigan, You’re Safe Til 2024, A solo show by David Finnigan
 

You’re Safe Til 2024

Written and performed by David Finnigan
 
Bunjil Place Studio: 2 Patrick Northeast Dve, Narre Warren
bunjilplace.com.au
New Performance times:
7pm Friday 10 May
2pm Saturday 11 May
Tickets: $15
Bookings: bunjilplace.com.au/youre-safe-til-2024
Tel: 03 9709 9700
 
We live in a strange moment in the history of the Earth. Humans are building cities, damming rivers, digging up fossil fuels and transforming the very face of the planet.
The whole world is changing, faster and faster. How can we wrap our heads around it?
Over the last two years, writer David Finnigan asked a series of scientists to each select one object that illustrates something about these huge global changes. In this performance, David unpacks the fascinating stories behind this unique showcase: a mixtape for the planet.
Written and Performed: David Finnigan

Read more about this fantastic theatre work in The Guardian:
theguardian.com/stage/2019/apr/29/youre-safe-til-2024-how-can-theatre-help-us-come-to-terms-with-climate-change

Image credit: Brunswick Institute, Lara Stevens, Not Now, Not Ever. (performance)
 

Not Now, Not Ever.
Written and performed by Lara Stevens
 
Brunswick Mechanics Institute: 270 Sydney Rd, Brunswick
brunswickmechanics.com
10 May: 6:30pm
11 May: 3pm & 6:30pm
Ticket: $35
Bookings: eventbrite.com/e/not-now-not-ever-tickets-56088723883

Not Now, Not Ever is a techno-arachnid fantasy – a sing-and-dance-along to Julia Gillard’s ‘Misogyny Speech’ and a meditation on what it means to bring a girl into the twenty-first century. In a world that is warming, sinking, outlawing crop diversity and running short of fresh water, it asks: can Spider Woman fight evil, weave her way to justice, feed her children, finish the ironing and still be prime minister?
 
Written and Performed: Lara Stevens
Featuring: Zari Stella Stevens
Directed and Designed: Meredith Rogers
Sound Design: Hugh Crosthwaite and Lara Stevens
Computational design: J. Rosenbaum

 

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CLIMARTE acknowledges that the ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 festival takes place on the unceded lands of First Nation peoples and pays its respect to Elders past, present and emerging.







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