CASUAL STAFF REQUIRED

CDP Theatre Producers is an award winning theatre production house specialising in boutique theatre of the highest quality.
CDP’s productions for children and families include adaptations of popular books including 
The 26-Storey Treehouse, The 52-Storey Treehouse, The Incredible Book Eating Boy and
The Gruffalo’s Child. 2015 will also bring a new adaptation of the iconic tales of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie.

THE ROLE
CDP requires casual merchandise assistants for our productions throughout 2015 in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Duties include stocktaking, display set up, merchandising, customer service, cash handling and some daily reporting. There may also be some lifting required as part of the role.
Hours and days will vary from production to production making this role perfect for those seeking flexible hours. We are looking for people who are friendly, flexible, comfortable working with people of all ages and interested in the performing arts industry.



CONTACT
Please send through a cover letter and CV to Erin Fenech (info@cdp.com.au).For more information, feel free to visit our website CDP theatre producers.

Applications close Friday 28th November 2015
Email to: 
info@cdp.com.au

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AnNua Productions, working in Ireland and Australia, have received funding through Arts Northern Ireland and the British council to gather audio and visual material toward the creation of their new production ‘Home’. ‘Home’ is a play which uses live performance, digital audio and visual composition and shadow play to tell the cheeky and dark story of child migrant from Irelands troubled North. In doing so, it investigates and includes input from migrants and refugees from numerous locals while commenting on people movement, borders and nationalism within Australia and elsewhere.

During November AnNua will be experimenting with samples of light and sound gathered from Ireland and Australia’s physical and social environments in the Rex Cramphorn Studio.
The Director, Paul Moore is a Phd graduate from Performance Studies, Sydney University.

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During his residency, choreographer and dancer Martin del Amo continues his collaboration with acclaimed dance artist Sue Healey. The focus of their studio investigation is to generate choreographic material for a new duet set to Morton Feldman's Piano and String Quartet.

Martin del Amo is an Honorary Associate of the department.

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The Department of Performance Studies enjoys working closely with the Griffin Theatre Company. I recently went to the launch of their 2015 program and was delighted to see that two of our recent student graduates are involved in performances that make up the 2015 program.

Nicholas Hope graduated with a PhD in Performance Studies in 2010. He has written and will now direct ‘Five Properties of Chainmale’ which previews 15-16 April, and it’s season runs 18 April – 9 May. You will hear more about this soon, as the cast will rehearse in the Rex Cramphorn Studio from the end of March 2015.

Dino Dimitriadis, a recent Honours graduate is the Producer for ‘The Dapto Chaser’ which runs 1-25 July 2015. I will contact Dino soon and interview him about this play, let me know if you’d be interested in having him come in to chat to us about what he’s doing.

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IMAGE • DANCE • THINK

A workshop-symposium led by

FRANK VAN DE VEN & TESS DE QUINCEY

24 – 29 NOVEMBER 2014

Monday-Saturday 10:00am – 5.00pm daily

Public Symposium 30 November 2014 3.00pm – 6.00pm

REX CRAMPHORN STUDIO 
The University of Sydney

Following from the highly successful 2012 and 2013 events Frank and Tess will continue to share and explore the legacy of images that were an integral part of their BodyWeather training and performances within Min Tanaka’s MAI-JUKU performance group in Japan from 1984 until 1991. In addition, a new Image flow will be developed that reflects current cultural and scientific developments and interests.

Dancers, artists, artist-academics and academics are invited to participate in a six-day process that consists of a 6-day workshop followed by a public symposium. They will further explore a new format for an interdisciplinary exchange between practitioners and writers in order to enhance the amalgamation of theory and practice research of images within the moving body.

Besides a rigorous introduction to the images and methods of BodyWeather image-practice, participants are asked to reflect upon areas of interest for further shaping whilst engaging with writers and thinkers to tease out questions underlying the physical work.

Dr Amanda Card from The University of Sydney will facilitate the input from the artist/academics observing or integrated within the image practice and research during the workshop phase. Daily review and coordination by Frank, Tess and Amanda will ensure a balance of physical and discursive work throughout the process.

The final day opens out this process to audiences in a symposium with a focus on the nature and function of ‘images’ and their embodiment from a BodyWeather perspective. Besides exploring the use of imagery across different cultures, this public event will include the demonstration of workshop and image techniques as well as the construction and articulation of images from an ancestral and cross-cultural perspective with contributions from a number of independent BodyWeather dancers.

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Linda Luke is a recent artist-in-residence and the work she developed (STILL POINT TURNING) while in residence with the department will premier at the Melbourne Festival this weekend. We would like to congratulate Linda Luke on her work, and also Justine Shih Pearson (recent PhD graduate from the Department of Performance Studies) for her costume design on STILL POINT TURNING.

STILL POINT TURNING will tour to the following venues in 2014.
Oct 17 & 18 at Dancehouse for Melbourne Festival Melbourne Festival

Nov 27 – 29 at Parramatta Riverside Theatres for Dance Bites Program
FORM
BOOKINGS: Bookings

Dec 13 at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery

For more information about the development of this work visit our blog:
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Image: Mayu Kanamori

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author of 'Girl Shut Your Mouth' Gita Bezard.

An exciting collection of new plays for development in the Rex Cramphorn Studio this October.
The National Script Workshop is Playwriting Australia’s most popular and valuable opportunity for playwrights with a new play in development. From one-day play reading with immediate dramaturgical feedback, to an intensive week or fortnight workshop, we offer selected playwrights the time, space and expertise from outstanding creatives and actors to take their play closer to the stage. Workshopped plays are also in consideration for showcase at the National Play Festival each year.

For their October residency, Playwriting Australia is thrilled to support three new plays part of the seven selected works chosen from 99 script submissions, open to playwrights nationally as well nominations by theatre companies working with playwrights from diverse cultural backgrounds.

The three selected playwrights Gita Bezard, Joe Lui and Melissa Reeves will work on their new plays with PWA's Artistic Director Tim Roseman, Associate Artist Iain Sinclair and guests artists across two weeks from Monday 6 October - Friday 17 October.

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Image: Justine Shih-Pearson, Richard Manner and Clyte Smith

Linda Luke has been in the Rex Cramphorn Studio for the past couple of weeks. She had this to say about the final creative development for ‘Still Point Turning’ which premiers at Dancehouse for the Melbourne Festival.

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ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, in association with the Department of Performance Studies and the Sydney Conservatorium of Music at The University of Sydney is to host a collaboratory entitled:

‘The Voice and Histories of Emotion: 1500-1800’

Dates: 29th September to 1st October
Venue: Department of Performance Studies (29 September - 1 October) The University of Sydney
9.00am to 5.00pm

Keynotes:
· Prof Will West, Northwestern University

· Dr Richard Wistreich, Royal Northern College of Music


Focus:
The Centre for the History of Emotions (CHE) Performance Programme explores how emotions were performed and experienced within their historical contexts. The voice is a principal instrument of human communication and expression and as such, a crucial site of our investigation. Spoken, thundered, squeaked, screamed, coughed, solo or in chorus, on stage or in the street, the voice invites critical consideration as the circumstances and circulations of its performance as captured in archival, textual, imagistic traces are varied and variable. This collaboratory affords the opportunity to interrogate research methodologies available; question what research evidence of the ‘voice’ in history comprises – its validation processes and the problems it presents – and explore new theoretical and methodological approaches to ‘voice’ and the histories of emotion in which it operates. Though voice is a broad category embracing physiological and phenomenological concerns, this collaboratory proposes four main rubrics:
Skill and the Natural Voice
Voice, Place and Body
Harmonies and disharmonies
Audiencing: the generative work of listening to and interpreting the voice

For more information History of Emotions.

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Ok, so you all know by now that we love artists - but now you know what we really love - we love their dogs. Meet (Honorary Associate) Tess de Quincey's gorgeous standard poodles, Flame, Trotsky, and Chagall, sitting in Dr Card's office discussing serious Bodyweather matters.

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Image credits: Linda Luke. Image taken by MAYU KANAMORI

Linda Luke is back with us for the final creative development of her solo work 'Still Point Turning', which has been developed in the Rex Cramphorn Studio over the past couple of years.
Linda will host a full showing of this work on Friday 26 September, if you would be interested in attending the showing please email kirstin.bokor@sydney.edu.au. Kirstin will then email you with the exact time once it is finalised.

A synthesis of dance, video, sound and installation, Still Point Turning explores perceptions of time, stillness and turbulence. Initially inspired by TS Eliot’s poem Burnt Norton, Linda Luke’s solo reflects upon the fragmented nature of contemporary culture, alluding to Eurocentric history and our obsession with ‘clock’ time. Alongside the steady beat of temporal time is the nature of cosmic time - the cycle of living and dying and that deep, yet elusive, silence that resides in every one of us.

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Tess de Quincey and Martin del Amo (Honorary Associates), Impro-Exchange performance at Performance Space in May 2010.
photographer: Heidrun Löhr
It’s a bit quiet here in the Performance Studies department with two of our Honorary Associates off performing in London this month.

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We are thrilled to offer our Congratulations to Angus Cerini, who has just won the 2014 Griffin Theatre Playwriting Award for The Bleeding Tree. See: Griffin Theatre Co.

That makes it two years running that we've been able to support the winning play through further script development in the Dramaturgy course taught by Dr Laura Ginters (last year was Donna Abela's Jump for Jordan that went on to a hugely successful season).

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Nigel Kellaway and Katia Molino in BREIF SYNOPSIS
Photo taken by: Heidrun Lohr
The 2014 Major Project is the creative development for GLORIAS by The opera Project Inc. This is not the first time The opera Project has been our major project, and we are thrilled to be able to invite our students into the rehearsal room to see how this fine group of artists will develop a new work.

Over the next couple weeks I will post some iformation about each of the artists involved, but for now here is a little bit about the work and the presenting company.

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In the AV Room… 10 – 29 June is Director Dan Graham, a recent graduate from the Department of Performance Studies.
The Sydney premiere of Orphans is the first play to be announced in The Second Half, The Old 505’s first programmed season. This show premiers July 5 – 20, 2014

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In the AV Room… 10 – 29 June is Director Dan Graham, a recent graduate from the Department of Performance Studies.
The Sydney premiere of Orphans is the first play to be announced in The Second Half, The Old 505’s first programmed season. This show premiers July 5 – 20, 2014

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Image credits: Barbara Campbell, close, close (detail), 2014, responsive video installation, 5 mins. Photo: Gary Warner

WELL THERE YOU ARE
A PROJECT BY BARBARA CAMPBELL, Honorary Associate of the Department of Performance Studies

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Songrites
Playwriting Australia are looking forward to this week-long residency in the Rex Cramphorn Studio. Casey, Troy and Abe will be working in the space with acclaimed theatre director David Williams, dramaturg Sopa Enari and a cast of actors on the second stage development of the project, before going into rehearsals for the National Play Festival.

Don't miss their public performance at Carriageworks on Thursday 12 June, 3pm.

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Dancers Lisa Griffiths and Tobiah Booth- Remmers are artists-in-residence in the Rex Cramphorn Studio from 6-18th May.

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Current artist-in-resident Raghav Handa would like to invite you to a work in progress of his new piece Tukre’ .
Please come
4pm at the Rex Cramphorn Studio
Department of Performance Studies
Woolley Building, Manning Road
University of Sydney
RSVP handa_raghav@hotmail.com

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WORKSHOP – open to everyone to participate in, or to observe
10-11.30 am Tuesday 15th @ The Rex

Led by Raghav Handa, the workshop will explore the qualities, dynamics and creative process of Raghav's latest solo work, Tukre’ for the 2014 Next Wave Festival. He will introduce participants to his choreographic approach, which draws on Kathak and contemporary dance, while integrating speed and rhythm combinations of 1,2,3,4-1,2,3-1,2-1,2

Participants will be expected to have a creative input and examine with Raghav various methods of improvisation leading to the development of their own material and movement ideas/structures. A warm up class, will be followed by a repertory-based workshop allowing participants to fully experience the dynamic and detailed movement vocabulary, using sequences and movement material from his latest work.

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Image Credit: Lucy Parakhina, Tukre' (Pieces in Hindi)

In Tukre’ (Pieces in Hindi) Raghav Handa explores how cultural lineage and rites of passage transcend borders and oceans. Inspired by the contents of Handa’s own luggage when he arrived in Australian from India to attend boarding school, this dance work explores the shifting connections between our past, present and future and the importance of family – even when they are thousands of kilometres away.

To be performed at Dancehouse from Thursday 1 – Sunday 11 May 2014

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Little Spoon Theatre Co would love you to see their latest show.

Student Special: Any night at $20 (except preview and Cheap Tues as they are $20 already).
Code is LSSS2014 -
You MUST select Concession ticket for the discount to work.

Booking Link: http://www.trybooking.com/Booking/BookingEventSummary.aspx?eid=71807

26th March - 12th April
TAP Gallery Theatre
Produced by Little Spoon Theatre Co.
Upstairs Theatre, TAP Gallery, 278 Palmer Street Darlinghurst

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Sport for Jove are currently preparing for their largest indoor season at the Seymour Centre, including the staging of the mistakenly oft maligned rarely performed Shakespeare classic All's Well That Ends Well. The director Damien Ryan is putting together a fantastic show, and they'd like to get as many people out to the previews as possible, and as such are offering free comp tickets. The offer is good for any of the March 27th, 28th, or 29th (morning or afternoon) performances. (I know this is last minute).

Anyone interested in taking up the offer can write to Steven directly steven.tait@sportforjove.com.au (they can bring up to one guest), and he will add them to the comp list. First in best dressed as they say, but they'll try to fit in as many people as possible.

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Image credits: Taken by: Heidrun Lohr.
Narelle Benjamin from IOU solo performance of NoBody.

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cast of Pete the Sheep: Big Bob, Shaun, Bungo & Ratso (the boss) catching up on some reading
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We are excited to have Monkey Baa back in the Rex Cramphorn Studio. Monkey Baa has a unique artistic niche – they adapt the very best of Australian children’s literature for the stage.
Pete the Sheep is a brand-new 50-minute musical, based on Jackie French and Bruce Whatley’s quirky and quintessentially Australian picture book.

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Our next artist-in-residence is David Williams, Honourary Associate of dPS. While in the Rex Cramphorn Studio David will develop 'Smurf in Wonderland', a performance about football, tribalism, belonging, rivalry, geographic identity, politics and damned good branding.

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Photo taken by Talya Rubin, from a series for a stop motion animation she made for this work 'The Bluebird Mechanicals'.

It’s 1937 and the end of the world as we know it is nigh, only we don’t know it yet. Hitler is creating flying devices for the bloated and the rich. An artist and his muse are fishing in the moonlight. The artist is already dead, shot himself in the head he felt like such a failure, lived in a time where he was misunderstood. Tap dancers dance so happy their feet hurt. Come have a drink with us on the floating titanic in the sky. Strap yourselves in for the ride of your life, 36 people won’t get out of here alive. The birds up above are watching it all and they know more than you think. Outside this world of curiosities sits a Russian woman. She is having her portrait taken and telling the story of a lifetime. The world is coming unraveled. Sing a song, dance along!

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Image credits: Barbara Campbell, close, close (detail), 2014, responsive video installation, 5 mins. Photo: Gary Warner

Barbara Campbell has performed in Australia, Europe and the USA, in museums, galleries, public buildings, photographs, on film, video, radio, and the internet, in silence and with words, still and moving, since 1982. She has worked with the specific physical and contextual properties of a given site, be it art gallery, museum, atrium, tower, radio airwaves or on the World Wide Web, in developing and presenting her works. In 2004 she received an Australia Council fellowship to produce her durational online performance 1001 nights cast. She holds a Master of Visual Arts from the University of Sydney. Barbara is also an Honourary Associate of the Department of Performance Studies.

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"Beautiful One Day"
Developed and produced by Illijerri Theatre Company (Melbourne), Belvoir St Theatre (Sydney), Version 1.0 (Sydney), and the Palm Island Community. Collaborators, which include our own Dr Paul Dwyer, are rehearsing at the Department of Performance Studies this week prior to the Melbourne season. Production runs from 26th Nov - Dec 1 at Arts House (Melbourne).

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Image credit: Katia Molino, Brief Synopsis (2013) Photo by: Heidrun Lohr.

The Opera Project are the artists-in-residence, in the AV Room 18-22 November. They are re-rehearsing Brief Synopsis as part of YOU”RE HISTORY, the 30th birthday celebration of Performance Space.

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Image credit: Tess de Quincey; photographer Lucy Parakhina.

The De Quincey Company are the Rex Cramphorn Studio’s artists-in-residence 11-17 November 2013. They are developing a new work ‘Box of Birds’. Box of Birds will be a live performance installation for YOU’RE HISTORY! Performance Space’s 30th birthday party. Tess de Quincey is an Honorary Associate of the Department of Performance Studies.

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The Department of Performance Studies in collaboration with the De Quincey Co hosted a masterclass and symposium image dance think TANK from 4-9 November 2013.

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Image: Rosie Findlay, recipent of the Dean's Citation for Excellence in Tutorials.

The Arts Faculty recently released their Excellence in Teaching Awards for 2013. We are very proud to announce that both Rosie Findlay and Dr Daniel Johnson were recipients of these awards.

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Version 1.0 are regular artists-in-residence at the Rex Cramphorn Studio.

The Vehicle Failed to Stop is showing at Carriageworks, Sydney from 15-26 October. Tickets for the preview nights on 15 and 16 October are selling for $20. All other nights - $35.

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SYDNEY IDEAS - DE-INVENTING IRELAND: CREATING A NEW REPUBLIC THROUGH THEATRE AND EDUCATION
15 October 2013
Some of you might find this talk by Michael Finneran interesting.

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Ghenoa Gela in Cultivate 2013, image by Heidrun Lohr
Ghenoa Gela is the artist-in-residence at the Rex Cramphorn Studio. This residency is a partnership between the Department of Performance Studies and Performance Space.

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Vicki Van Hout is artist-in-residence at the Rex Cramphorn Studio. This residency is a partnership between the Department of Performance Studies and Performance Space.

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Belvoir Theatre has kindly offered cheap $20 tickets to Performance Studies students to see Miss Julie, on Thursday 12 September or Wednesday 18th September, at 11:30am.

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Honorary Associate of the Department of Performance, and previous academic of the Department, Dr J. Lowell Lewis has recently published ‘The Anthropology of Cultural Performance’ through Palgrave Macmillan Publishers.

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Kate Leader, PhD graduate from the Department of Performance Studies accepts job as Lecturer at Birbeck College, University of London.

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Free Dance events at the Art Gallery of NSW, featuring Agatha Snape- Gothe an Honours graduate from the Department of Performance Studies.

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Martin del Amo is an Honorary Associate of the Department of Performance Studies. He is a Sydney based dance artist and movement trainer originally from Germany. As a performer, del Amo is widely recognised as a soloist but he has also collaborated with a number of artists of various genres and styles both in Europe and Australia.

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Chatswood Musical Society is an amateur musical society that has been running for more than 50 years. They are a not-for-profit society. They would like to invite expressions of interest from anyone who would like to participate – the sorts of roles they are looking to fill include, but are not limited to technical crew, costumes, make-up, marketing, advertising, accounts or set building.

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ARTHUR and Griffin Independent present the Sydney premiere of RETURN TO EARTH, by Lally Katz. The cast will spend a little over a month rehearsing in the Rex Cramphorn Studio. For two weeks they will open the rehearsal doors to allow Performance Studies students to observe their processes as part of PRFM 3962 Rehearsal to Performance.

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The Hansard Monologues: A Matter of Public Importance is a verbatim play by Katie Pollock and Paul Daley. It is a co-production of the Seymour Centre, Merrigong Theatre Company, the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre and the Department of Performance Studies at Sydney University. It stars Camilla Ah Kin, a recent Masters graduate from the Performance Studies Department, Sydney University.

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The Physical TV Company is filming pickups for its documentary The Dancer from the Dance on Friday August 9. The filming will take place in a photographic studio in Kensington. Over 15 NSW dance makers will be filmed. We are seeking a few steady, hard-working, capable and flexible screen artists willing to help out in various ways – camera assistants, unit assistants, data wranglers, scribes, etc.

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Students
I want to draw your attention to this excellent way for you to access Griffin Theatre performances at an affordable rate. The Griffin artist card gives you access to $15 tickets to all their shows, discounted tickets at other companies, and puts you in touch with a network of other young theatre-makers. Whilst the form specifically asks for details of your artist-background, just talk about being one of our students.

http://www.griffintheatre.com.au/development/griffin-artist-card/

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PHOTO CREDIT: Mayu Kanamori

The De Quincey Company, artists-in-residence 25 June to 7 July 2013. Tess De Quincey is an Honorary Associate of the Department of Performance Studies.

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VERSION 1.0 ARE THE ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE AT THE REX CRAMPHORN STUDIO 14-24 MAY 2013

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AUSTRALIAN PERFORMANCE EXCHANGE IS THE ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE AT THE REX CRAMPHORN STUDIO 30 APRIL TO 12 MAY 2013

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BARBARA CAMPBELL, HONORARY ASSOCIATE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PERFORMANCE STUDIES IS OUR ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE AT THE REX CRAMPHORN STUDIO 16-28 APRIL 2013

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PICTURE TAKEN BY HEIDRUN LOHR

KAY ARMSTRONG IS ARTIST IN RESIDENCE AT THE REX CRAMPHORN STUDIO 5-24 MARCH 2013

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MARTIN DEL AMO WILL BE IN RESIDENCY AT THE REX CRAMPHORN STUDIO FROM 18TH FEBRUARY TIL 3RD MARCH 2013

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LINDA LUKE WILL BE IN RESIDENCY IN THE REX CRAMPHORN STUDIO FROM 12-27 JANUARY.

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