Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Shows to look out for

Check out these awesome shows coming to the Melbourne Fringe Festival in Sept/Oct 2009.

How to be a Lady
A good Laugh by Tessa Waters
A young woman wakes to find an audience in her bedroom and a narrator telling her what to do….. if she’d have known they were coming she’d have remembered to wear pants. How to be a Lady is a hilarious physical theatre show examining how the modern girl fits in with the concept of being a lady.

In a time since past, two courageous explorers begin a dangerous journey: to discover the lost city of Atlantis. Armed with nothing but a guitar and a mandolin, these brave young men traverse into the unknown expecting to find the sunken city. What they find is beyond their wildest imaginations A musical cabaret of epic proportions; forging visual effects with live character based performances, these men will take you on a journey the like of which have never been seen.

Get the Balance Right
An installation by Ramona Telecican
Push to the left, back to the right, Twist and turn till you've got it right To go against the grain in the typical urban lifestyle. To remain true to self within the illusion of pressure. To remain active, progressive and rational amongst chaos. To be calm in a place of noise and movement.

Stay tuned to the Melbourne Fringe Festival for the where's, when's and how's!!

Sunday, June 14, 2009


Welcome to the new blog, I will be sharing all the exciting bits and pieces that I'm involved in, inspired by, creating or challenged by. 

There have been a whole collection of new beginings in the last little while, one of the most exciting of which in the new studio at the Nicholas Building in Melbourne, City

This gorgeous new space, will be the scene of much work to come, stay tuned for the launch in late august!

Registrations have closed for the 2009 Melbourne Fringe Festival and as well as creating my own solo show at the hub 'How to be a lady', I am also producing a new Cabaret by the Minstrels of the Revolution: In Search of Atlantis, and an installation by emerging artist Ramona Telecican.

So drop us a line if you have anything interesting going on or just feel like having a gander

Welcome and thanks for dropping by to witness the beginning of this journey.