WHAT'S ON

THE AGE OF BONES
Satu Bulan Theatre & Performing Lines

ON TOUR | Canberra, Sydney, Parramatta & Darwin
An Australian/Indonesian co-production featuring stunning puppetry, projected visuals and music, this family tale traces the story of Ikan, a young boy who goes fishing and never returns.

The Age of Bones is a gentle satire looking at a shocking event in Australia's very recent history.

SMALL VOICES LOUDER
Maybe ( ) Together

ON NOW | Regional WA tour
A children's only event! Youngsters play and explore a magical world of tents and teepees, and are invited to stop, think and have their say on some of life's big questions.

Their frank, funny and fearless answers are recorded and turned into stunning audio tracks for adult ears!

JACK CHARLES V THE CROWN
ILBIJERRI Theatre

23 March - 8 April | US & CANADA
Living treasure Jack Charles brings his extraordinary life story to American audiences for the very first time.

Looking at the effects of dispossession, addiction and Australia's ongoing treatment of our Indigenous population, this renowned production continues to delight and inspire audiences around the world.


“Performing Lines is providing really valuable  support and advice at a critical stage in my development as an emerging choreographer.  We are now looking at the possibilities for the development of my new work and I dream of having my own company." Ghenoa Gela, Independent Choreographer