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    Lotus on the mainstage

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    LOTUS Playwright Disapol Savetsila is the youngest writer ever programmed by Sydney Theatre Company.

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    New Resident Company

    CAAP is a resident company at Australia’s most significant contemporary multi-arts centre, Carriageworks.

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  • In Between Two is a Festival Hit

    In Between Two

    In Between Two is a Festival Hit
    Audiences rose to their feet for In Between Two at Melbourne Festival.

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Works by The Collective

The Collective for Longhouse

The final Longhouse  for 2017 is fast approaching.  Join us on THUR 23 NOV at Carriageworks to celebrate the successes of Asian Australian theatre-making in 2017 and to glimpse the future with a showing of excerpts from new works in development by The Collective.

The Collective is an independent group of multi-skilled, multidisciplinary Asian-Australian performance artists eager to reclaim control over their practice. They first met and collaborated together during the Director’s Workshop organised by CAAP and STC in 2016.

They will showcase excerpts from Melissa Lee Speyer’s Original - a play inspired by the author's autobiographical experience of family chasms; Sandy Maestro’s Vegemite, Fairy Bread & Sawdust - a musical comedy using props of iconic Asian and Australian condiments; and Sam Wang’s Asian Arts Engagement Crew - a satirical comedy about a group of corporate-hippie Asians.

What better way to mark the end of a great year, than to see vibrant new work, and to network with your peers from the Asian Australian performance community.  We look forward to seeing you there.

The Collective at LONGHOUSE
6pm - 8pm
Thurs 23 November
Carriageworks, 245 Wilson St, Eveleigh



The Longhouse is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW

CAAP presents

In Between Two

Joelistics and James Mangohig

"This is a hip hop show unlike any other.  An Australian narrative challenging how you think, how you feel about society and its moral fibre."     ★★★★½ THE MUSIC

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