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ASYIK#4
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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.

 
Monkey
monkey_100.jpg Monkey Journeys to Riverside

Following its sell-out season at Brisbane Festival, Kim Carpenter's Theatre of Image brings Monkey... Journey to the West to Riverside Parramatta . This large-scale, highly physical production, based on China’s popular classic story of The Monkey King combines actors in comedy, music, song and spectacular martial arts from Team 9Lives. Created by Kim Carpenter, co-directed by Carpenter and John Bell and written by Donna Abela, it stars Aljin Abella, Jair Coronado, Tim Farley, Darren Gilshenan, Aileen Huynh, Ivy Mak, Lia Reutens, Justing Smith, Anthony Taufa, Peter Kennard, Troy Honeysett and Joshua Tieu. Oct 2 - 11.

 
Books and Arts Daily
arisa_yura_as_mayu_120.jpg Yasukichi Murakami: The Photographer who captured Darwin

by Georgia Moodie

Books and Arts Daily, 19 Aug 2014

Georgia Moodie interviews Mayu Kanamori and the cast in the Stone Houses in Darwin, where Murakami used to have his studio.  Michael Cathcart asks - why haven't we heard this story before? Listen to the podcast .

 
Voice Artists for language app
casting_call.jpg Do you speak the lingo?

A number of paid roles are available in Melbourne for voice artists and actors who can speak standard Japanese, Mandarin and Bahasa baku.  A company producing language learning apps for young children is looking for male and female voices in each language group.  You will need to sound like a native speaker and have a youthful, clear and expressive voice.  There will be a requirement to do some character voices also.  Sounds like fun!  Sound like you?  Find out more by emailing: This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

 
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