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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 .

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.

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

Teik-Kim Pok

tk200.jpgTeik-Kim is a theatre-maker, performance artist and a NSW-qualified secondary drama teacher. 

On Sydney’s independent stages, he has appeared in two of Patrick Lenton’s works, The Bermuda Love Triangle and Sexy Tales of Paleontology.

As a theatre-maker and performance artist, Teik-Kim’s main inquiry lies in transgressing identity and boundary constructions expressed within popular culture. Responsible for solo performance works, Post-Op Chamber Piece, The Ozzie Citizenship Series and a series of performance lectures, The Guest Project (PACT & Griffringe) a mild distortion of his own research into his Hakka-Chinese cultural heritage, he is also creator of audience-activated live installations, Karaoke Massage (2005-) and I’m not a psychic, just a performer (Tin Sheds Gallery 2011).

He is currently developing The Urban Co-Apprentices Project with 4a Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, and for Performance 4a he has performed in Stories East & West at Belvoir, Riverside and Zenith Theatres.

He continues to advocate for arts education accessibility across all age groups and sectors within his current role as coordinator of Playwriting Australia's Outreach programs.

Gary Williams
Gary Williams

Gary is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants has been partner of the accounting firm, Rosenfeld Kant & Co since 1994. Gary provides accounting, audit, taxation and financial planning services to a diversified range of clients including many in the arts industry.

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