Archive 2010
School of English Media Performing Arts
unsw_100.jpg The School of English, Media and the Performing Arts in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at University of NSW is a valued supporter.
 
About Face EOI
trapped_manga_girl.jpg Calling all performers

Performance 4a needs you! We’re producing a season of Asian-Australian performance in early 2011, playing in two major venues in Sydney. It will include a variety/cabaret show, About Face (working title), and we need high quality, short (5-10 mins), stand-alone acts: singers, dancers, musicians, magicians, comedians…surprise us with what you can do. Click READ MORE to find out how to submit your Expression of Interest.

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Danze Fantasy
danze_fantasy.jpg Female singer required in Phuket

Danze Fantasy is a big theatrical group with offices in the UK, Singapore and Thailand.  They are seeking an Asian or Eurasian female singer who can sing western and Chinese songs to join the company's venue in Phuket, Thailand.  If you are interested in this role and are on the Asian Australian Performance Directory, please contact This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information and a direct recommendation to Danze Fantasy's director. If you are NOT on our database but would like to join, please register now via the link on the grey pane on the left of the page.

 
ASYIK#4
alfira.jpg ASYIK #4

Suara Indonesia Dance presents an evening of new works by Indonesian-Australian artists in film, dance, music and visual arts. And as if that isn’t enough, delicious Indonesian food will also be available. Sidetrack Theatre, 142 Addison Road, Marrickville, Friday 30 November. Exhibition opens 6.15pm and the show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets $20/ concessions $10/ children $5 and they get a free Suara showbag. Bookings and information from This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it : 0415 431 453.

 
Japanese Film Festival
jff2013.jpg it's movie time!

If you love Japanese cinema, don’t miss the 17th Japanese Film Festival now on in Melbourne until Dec 8. It features more than 30 of the latest box office hits and classics as well.  Meet visiting guest directors and actors from Japan, and check out the special events.

 
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