Don't miss this opportunity to engage with new ideas and see the next generation of performance makers in TILT.
This mini theatre festival, currently showing at the intimate The Blue Room Theatre, is created and performed by WAAPA's graduating Performance Making students.
These independent, self-reliant and entrepreneurial artists initiate their own work that is experimental in form. They incorporate a broad range of skills learnt during their course, including acting, movement and voice work to puppetry, directing and writing, into their works.
Program Two showing from 7 until 10 September 2016 comprises:
A buried giant sleeps beneath a seaside town on the edge of Western Australia in Where the Giant Fell by Jennah Bannear, Laura Cameron, Frieda Lee, Amy Murray, Reilly O'Byrne-Inglis and Gala Shevtsov.
A troubled and desperate duo try to find what they are looking for in The Disposables by Adam McDowell and Sam Stopforth. The wolf is set free in Hunting Beauty by Sarah Pantlin. Rocketman poses the question of what makes you worth saving? by Sean Crofton, Phoebe Sullivan and Jessica Russell.
These four diverse theatre works incorporate treadmills, wheelbarrows, and miniature houses to transport audiences to extraordinary worlds, from a seaside town to an underground colony and into outer space.