“My great, great grandmother, Louisa Briggs was known as a vocal activist, described in an 1872 edition of the Melbourne Argus as ‘a most resolute lady’. Louisa was often spoken about as being strong-minded, hard working, known for her kindness, her love of children, her humour, fearlessness and courage. In 1876, Louisa led a rebellion against government plans to sell Coranderrk and relocate its residents by writing numerous letters of protest to the Aborigines Protection Board.
DarahRouge known for its cutting edge theater that speaks to contemporary issues such as Sewing Marat Sade, Cooking Murder, Bule and Transisin takes on tour a new show, “Blue is the Colour of Love” to Bali, Bandung and Jakarta in June 2018.
What do you think about your Life? Is it similar as my idea?
What do l Think about my past, nowadays and Future?
Frederika Tsai, stage from Taiwan who based now in Ulm, so a research in Form of interactive Performance with inhabits from Ulm and Neu-Ulm on 6/13 and 6/14.
Location: Insel 7, Neu-Ulm, Germany
Bond Street Theater's work for social justice in global hot spots continues. In February, we returned to Malaysia, a destination for refugees from Sudan, Somalia, Libya, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen, Palestine, Syria, Sri Lanka, and other places. Despite harrowing journeys at the hands of traffickers, desperate families seek a safe haven to raise their children.
new immersive theater piece about Clarice Lispector
Linda Wise (Pantheater) will direct a new immersive theatre piece on the work of one of Brazil’s greatest and most loved writers, Clarice Lispector, with Group BR, New York’s only Brazilian theatre company.
Conceived by Debora Balardini and Andressa Furletti, the work is entitled “Inside the Wild Heart” after Clarice Lispector’s first novel “Near to the Wild Heart”, published when she was only 23 years old.