Performing Lines produces new and transformative performance, creating pathways for innovative artists whose work pushes boundaries and sparks new conversations.
For more than 30 years, Performing Lines has collaborated with arts companies, producers, presenters and funders to bring about creative and strategic opportunities for some of this country’s most exciting and diverse contemporary artists and performances
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.
Lz Dunn & Collaborators
17 - 19 March | Dance Massive
A sonic journey through interior and exterior landscapes, Aeon is a participatory experience encouraging us all to question the notion of "normal".
Drawing on the flocking strategies of birds and research into queer ecology, this Mobile States commission will premiere at Dance Massive.
24 - 26 March | Dance Massive
Two men in an office. One older, one younger. The games of one-upmanship get more and more intense until in a flash of bared teeth and board papers, everything is suspended.
The Farm, in association with Performing Lines and NORPA, bring this hit to Arts House.
“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