Directed by Tamara Searle
Theatre of Speed & Back to Back Theatre 2015
Music Roland Cox
Design Matt Adey
Lighting Dans Sheehan
Like an expressionist, German, silent film without being a parody of the genre…really beautiful piece. Fleur Kilpatrick, RRR.
Provocative, funny, moving and terrifying…the work was brilliant. It was glowing. Lit from within. Ross Mueller, Geelong Advertiser
Imagine… it’s the 19th century. You are 126 days at sea in a sailing ship, crammed into communal cabins with 300 other passengers, hopeful for a better life in the colonies. What would you do to stay sane, and sober? Thomas Pender wrote a diary. VOYAGE adapts this diary to performance. Directed by Tamara Searle, produced by A is for Atlas, premiered at forty five downstairs.
Two women reconstruct their parents and their influence after their deaths. Freely adapted from the short story by Gail Jones. Directed by Barry Laing, co-produced by Tamara Searle and Barry Laing, devised by Tamara Searle, Halcyon McLeod, and Peter Fraser. Supported by Arts Victoria, Dancehouse and Mad Fish Wines.
A weave of folklore through contemporary stories of the urban life. Devised by Makhampom Theatre Ensemble, Bangkok, directed by Tamara Searle and Xan Colman. Performed at Makhampom Theatre, Saphan Kwai, Bangkok. Supported by Asialink.
Inspired by The Persimmon Tree, a short story by Marjorie Barnard. Radical investigation of spectator performer intimacy. Devised, produced and performed by Tamara Searle. Co-produced by A is for Atlas. Designed by Dayna Morissey and Danny Pettingil, Performance consultant Katerina Kokkinos Kennedy. Supported by a Punctum Seedpod.