Archive 2010
The Floating World
shingo_floating_world.jpg Shingo Usami in classic Australian play

Shingo Usami joins the cast of director Sam Strong's revival of the classic Australian play, The Floating World by John Romeril. Les and Irene are celebrating their wedding anniversary. Gifted with the holiday of a lifetime, they set sail on the Women’s Weekly Cherry Blossom Cruise bound for the cultural mysteries of Japan. But amongst the sun hats, theme nights and piña coladas Les, a former WWII prisoner of war, soon finds himself confronted by old diggers, enemies and tormented memories. As the cruise ship floats closer towards its destination, Les’ grip on reality floats ever further away. The reviews have been fantastic, and deservedly so. Don't miss it.  Griffin Theatre Company until 16 Nov.

 
Jenevieve Chang
jenevieve_chang_120.jpg Jenevieve Chang

Jenevieve Chang makes work across theatre, dance and performance. She trained at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and the Central School of Speech and Drama in London.

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SMH Reviews Serpents Table
serpentreview.jpg Good Food: with cups full of honesty and feeling

Review by Jason Blake

Sydney Morning Herald, 27 Jan 2014

In Vietnamese culture, Pauline Nguyen says, the things that are hardest to say can sometimes be expressed with food. Read the full story .

 
Thank you Pozible supporters
therese_and_kathleen_100px.jpg A Picture of generosity

Thanks to our supporters the Pozible campaign to send Murakami to Darwin Festival reached its target.  Your generosity allows us to complete this work, so we can premiere Yasukichi Murakami's fascinating story in the place where he and his family called home.  This significant project brings together a Japanese-Australian cast to realise Mayu Kanamori's creative vision.  See Productions for the latest updates.

 
Paul van Reyk's Story on RN
pvr.jpg Burgher Buggers Make Better Bastards

Remember Paul van Reyk's extraordinary story on the Performance 4a hit show, Stories Then & Now?  Hear it again, recorded and produced beautifully by the team at Radio National.  Broadcast Sun 13 July at 10am as part of 360 Documentaries .

 
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