Performing Lines at the Australian Performing Arts Market

We are supporting a number of extraordinary Australian contemporary artists and companies at APAM 2018.
Click any project for more information and the producer contact.

Nat Randall & Anna Breckon | The Second Woman

An epic feat of endurance performance. A stunning reflection of modern gender relations. A completely addictive viewing experience.
"The Second Woman is as first rate as everybody says." - The Monthly

Maybe (   ) Together | Small Voices Louder

This is a show about big ideas. It's about big questions; the sort of questions that make your brain explode a little. It's a show that helps big answers get from growing minds to adult ears. Sometimes small voices are just what we need hear!

Andrea James | Sunshine Super Girl

Inspired by the true life story of a sporting legend, Sunshine Super Girl charts the career of Australian tennis great Evonne Goolagong, the first Indigenous woman to win the Wimbledon Grand Slam.

Ghenoa Gela | My Urrwai

Fresh from a sold-out, critically acclaimed premiere season at this year's Sydney Festival, Ghenoa Gela's My Urrwai is an autobiographical journey through Torres Strait culture and the complex political, social and colonial expectations she navigates every day.

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Maybe (   ) Together | Future Postal Service

Part game. Part intervention. One giant game of post. Future Postal Service connects children with adults they don't delivery at a time.

Stiff Gins | Spirit of Things: The Sound of Objects

Combining haunting and deeply moving original composition, live music and song with large-scale projection, Spirit of Things: The Sound of Objects looks at the ongoing impact of colonialism through the stories of Indigenous cultural materials held to this day in museum collections around the world.

Tasmania Performs | The Season by Nathan Maynard

Somewhere between mainland Australia and Tasmania lies Big Dog Island, a tiny island with a big heart and culture that runs strong and deep. Every year, a very rowdy family returns for the bird harvest where feathers are sure to fly.

Sensorium Theatre | Whoosh!

A multisensory interstellar adventure for children with profound and multiple learning disabilities, Sensorium Theatre's Whoosh! puts young audiences in the Captain's chair ready for blast off! 

Sally Richardson | 歸屬 Gui Shu (Belong)

A long-term relationship with an extra-odinary group of Taiwanese and Australian independent dance, music and video artists will culminate in this stunning exploration of displacement and identity.


Maybe (   ) Together | Dear Hope Street

A modern day message in a bottle to resident of Hope Streets around the world. Using Google StreetView children find and draw houses on postcards, then wait for a reply.

Raghav Handa | Silent Trio Beats

A new work-in-development, Handa combines traditional Kathak technique and contemporary movement to explore the tipping point between momentum and control.

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