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Performing arts

House on The Hill

The House on the Hill is a bespoke theatre work created by the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts’ second year Performance Making students in response to Fremantle Arts Centre’s unique architecture and rich history.The audience will be guided through FAC’s many rooms and studios in a promenade-style performance, enjoying a series of moving vignettes.The House on the Hill is directed by internationally acclaimed guest Nona Shepphard, visiting from RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art) in London.4 performances only. This will sell out so book now to avoid disappointment.

Eleven Sons

A performative installation comprising eleven of Dale HIckey's discarded paintings based on Kafka's unpublished manuscripts provide the set and context in which the happening takes place. Recited by eleven males of various ages, backgrounds and ethnic provenance during the rising of the full moon, de Clario occupies a central position and embodies the father figure. Transporting the audience to an unknown place, Eleven Sons will shed unforgiving light on Kafka's work. De Clario presented his first iteration of Eleven Sons at the Muranushi Lederman Gallery in New York in september 1991 and consisted of eleven transparent large plastic rubbish bags filled with abandoned objects…

Disruptive Critters Alive

This sonically abstract and texturally rich project features a massive projection and a multi-touch table-top console by The Duckworth Hullick Duo. Real-time computer-generated virtual avatars (or critters) will roam the virtual performance space, responding to sound and movement. The critters, each with their own sound world, become autonomous co-performers in the work, interacting with performers and each other.Disruptive Critters (DC) is a concert and free play exhibition. The concert is a 40-minute performance by James Hullick and Jonathan Duckworth playing the DHD’s bespoke DC tabletop audio-visual interface in surround sound.This project is supported by RMIT University, Jolt, Australia Council of Arts,…

Choralfest 2019

Choralfest® 2019 Freo will be held in Fremantle WA, from 13 – 16 April 2019. Join us for a celebration of choral music which brings together some of Australia’s finest choirs. Work with and learn from international and Australian conductors who are masters in their craft. We look forward to seeing you in Fremantle!


Performing arts

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