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Sydney’s City Theatre plans new stage musical from scratch in seven days

Sydney’s City Theatre plans to create a new, fully staged short musical from idea to performance in just one week. The finished work will be performed to a live audience at the Flight Path Theatre and streamed online at CityTheatre.com.au on Saturday the 8th of August at 7:30pm. This is a free livestream experience featuring talent from WAAPA, Belvoir Street Theatre and Enmore Theatre. The production features an all female creative team, featuring Sarah Campbell (Book), Renae Goodman (Music), Emma Young (Music/Lyrics) and Jo Elizabeth Finnis (Direction). The public will decides the theme of the musical, with City Theatre holding a live poll on their Facebook page enabling audience members t

The stars come out for the 2020 National Indigenous Music Awards

teven Oliver The performers for this year’s National Indigenous Music Awards have been announced today, including a tribute to the Warumpi Band with an exclusive performance of ‘My Island Home’ featuring songwriter Neil Murray and the artist who took it to the mainstream, Christine Anu alongside Mau Power, Jim Moginie and Rob Hirst. The awards, broadcast on National Indigenous Television (NITV), Double J, National Indigenous Radio Service, Facebook, Youtube and Twitter at 7pm AEST on August 8 will also feature national treasure Archie Roach, Gumbaynggirr and Yamatji singer Emma Donovan and the new guard of Australian music including Gamilaraay singer Thelma Plum, Pitjantjatjara and Torres St

38 Dancers in landmark production for Brisbane Festival

In a first for Australasian Dance Collective, 38 dancers will take to South Bank’s River Quay Green to premiere Arc at Brisbane Festival. Arc represents a watershed moment for the Brisbane-based collective, with ADC’s 30-strong Youth Ensemble performing alongside the acclaimed company dancers for the very first time. Created by Artistic Director, Amy Hollingsworth, Arc is a work of scale that captures the odyssey of the human spirit, and how we strive for purpose and unity following a time of separation and fear. A bespoke creation for Brisbane Festival, and set amongst the greenery of River Quay Green, this piece invites audiences to take part in the celebration of being human, together - r

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