Oddysea nominated for Tour of the Year

The massive year for Sensorium Theatre and their show Oddysea continues, backing up their second Helpmann nomination and first overseas tour – to the Lincoln Center, no less – with a nomination for Tour of the Year from Performing Arts Connections Australia.

Bringing a taste, touch and scent of the sea to young audiences with a disability and those on the autism spectrum, Oddysea is produced by Performing Lines WA, and toured extensively throughout 2017. It played to youngsters at the Dream Big and Awesome festivals, QPAC, and in venues across New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia.

Congratulations to Francis, Michelle and the team, and to Rachael, Zainab and Cecile at Performing Lines WA.

What’s the next stop for Oddysea? They are taking their ocean adventure to Singapore for a season at the stunning new purpose-built arts precinct for kids – The ArtGround – in September.

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