The Book of Revelations’ a research performance project by Dr Alison Richards, Adjunct Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Theatre and Performance, has been awarded $20,500 from the Commonwealth Ministry for the Arts’ Catalyst Fund.
The project uses contemporary performance techniques, with an emphasis on visual, object and sound design, to mount a creative response to current research into the experiences of people living with dementia.
Written and performed by Alison Richards, directed by Nancy Black, with design by Paul Newcombe, composition/sound design by David Franzke, Christine McCombe and Faye Bendrups and presented by Black Hole Theatre with support from project partners Alzheimer’s Australia and Cultural Infusion Inc., ‘The Book of Revelations’ will have its premiere performance season at forty five downstairs, 45 Flinders Lane Melbourne, from July 17-30 2017.
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