A new work created by Ever After Theatre ensemble members
Kerrie Anne Bezzina, Matthew Cutmore, Tom Hancock, Jo Rix, Thomas Maxwell, Emma Plant, Rodrigo Salinas, Digby Webster
Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th December
Rozelle Neighbourhood Centre, 665A Darling St Rozelle
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“The secret is the power of story”
What is Power?
Is it to control or command over others?
Is it the ability to do or act?
Is it accomplishing something great?
Power is a collection of improvisations and moving images the Ever After ensemble have been preparing over the past few months. It evolved from a performance some members of the ensemble presented at the Nepean Expo in 2010 called The Game. The company expressed they wanted to explore further The Game especially the roles and rules of the games people play, not only on sporting fields but in a playground, in a workplace or in places where major decisions are made. They then integrated these themes further during workshops with world-renowned physical theatre company Legs On The Wall. This special collaboration resulted in the powerful moving images presented intertwined with live improvisations establishing how we respond to power.
Ever After Theatre Company is a group of emerging artists who happen to have a disability. They create and perform their own work as a means of communicating with the broader community.