Following successful residencies by Forced Entertainment’s Robin Arthur (2014) and solo-performance maker Tim Miller (2013), CTP in collaboration with the Monash Academy of Performing Arts are thrilled to announce a 10 day residency by Belgian theatre company Reckless Sleepers (July 2nd – 12th).
This residency will take place on the Monash Clayton campus and be open to Monash students, staff, as well as non-Monash early-career practitioners.
Reckless Sleepers creates original theatre pieces, installation projects and interventions for theatres, galleries, museums, site- and seasonally-specific projects that both entertain and challenge audiences, viewers and participants.
Reckless Sleepers produces works from a basis of research and development, where ideas are central, projects are installed rather than presented, mistakes are embraced, ideas are given a chance, and a second chance, and pushed so that they become uncomfortable to do, uncomfortable to listen to and uncomfortable to watch.
Spaces are strictly limited. Participants must be available from 3RD – 12th July. You can register your interest in being part of an intensive workshop with the company by completing the form below.
THERE WILL BE A ONE-OFF WORKSHOP ON FRIDAY 3rd JULY, 10am – 2pm. PLEASE INDICATE IF YOU ARE EXPRESSING INTEREST IN THIS SHORTER 4 HOUR WORKSHOP EVENT.
(This event is now closed)
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