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Laser Beak Man
BY DAVID MORTON, NICHOLAS PAINE & TIM SHARP WITH MUSIC BY SAM CROMACK (BALL PARK MUSIC)
A LA BOITE, DEAD PUPPET SOCIETY & BRISBANE FESTIVAL PRODUCTION IN ASSOCIATION WITH POWERARTS
Jam packed with the trademark visual puns of artist Tim Sharp, and featuring live music by Sam Cromack of Ball Park Music, the world of Laser Beak Man is brought to life in puppet form by the creative minds of Dead Puppet Society (The Wider Earth, Argus, The Harbinger) in a new visual theatre work with offbeat humour and cult classic aspirations.
Adrenaline-pumping, full-contact theatre at its best.
Following smash hit seasons at Brisbane Festival and Sydney Festival, Prize Fighter returns to south-east Queensland as part of a three-month national tour.
For three shows only, get ringside at Logan Entertainment Centre for a rare theatrical combo: engrossing storytelling paired with the visceral thrill of live boxing.
LA BOITE AND MDA LTD PRESENT
The Village showcases the cultural diversity of Australia and honours the courage, strength and determination of the women, men and children who have made this country their new home.
The Village uses the verbatim stories of refugees and people seeking asylum to guide audiences on an experiential journey.
Witness how ordinary people have found themselves in extraordinary situations and persevered to tell their life-changing stories. Audiences will engage with these stories first hand through an interactive performance experience.
The Village has been created specifically with secondary students in mind, but everyone is welcome at The Village to enjoy this collaborative theatre project.
“It felt really real, authentic. Being immersed into it, you can appreciate the stories more and actually feel part of that journey.”
Single Asian Female
BY MICHELLE LAW
An incisive new comedy skewering race and gender in contemporary Australia from Brisbane-based award winning writer Michelle Law. Step into the after-hours of a suburban Chinese restaurant and meet a family of whip smart women who are definitely talking about you in their native tongue.
Set on the Sunshine Coast this hilarious play answers what it means to be an Asian woman living in Australia.
For Pearl, a Chinese migrant operating a restaurant, it means sacrifice and struggling to connect with her very westernised children.
For Zoe, the eldest child, it means approaching a crossroads in her life where she’s forced to choose between a career and a family.
For Mei, the youngest child, it means being bullied at school and grappling with the desire to assimilate versus cultivating a unique identity.
Two sisters at odds with each other and a mother harboring a secret that threatens to tear her family apart, Australian domesticity like you’ve never seen it before.