Tag Archives: collaboration

Viva and Beyond!

Lis Blake, Polyglot Theatre’s Community Collaborations Producer, recently returned from a weekend in Moree, working with colleagues Kate Kantor and Sue Giles in partnership with Beyond Empathy. The weekend was a part of a series of development workshops between the two organisations. It was about cultural exchange, connection, dreams and play. “The mums and grandmas Read More »

The Exhilaration of Separation

There is particular exhilaration people experience when getting ready to share their project with the world. This is where Polyglot Theatre’s Artistic Director Sue Giles, along with her amazing team of collaborators are currently standing. They have been developing a new work called Separation Street for the past three years, and folks, it is now Read More »

Bringing the Outside In with Annunciation Primary School, Brooklyn

Polyglot Theatre is preparing an interactive theatre installation of animation, film, dance and sculpture with students from Annunciation Catholic Primary School, Brooklyn, premiering Friday 4 September 2015. Outside In sees students working with Polyglot Theatre artists to explore land art using the wilderness of Newport Lakes and Altona Beach as their canvas to design, create Read More »

PREMIERE Separation Street @ Northcote Town Hall

Darebin Arts Loud Mouth presents Polyglot Theatre’s premiere season of Separation Street, in association with Melbourne Fringe. Separation Street is a theatrical adventure with a provocative beginning – children and their accompanying adults are separated and are taken on two separate theatre journeys. Participants investigate the story of Frank, an astronaut determined to reach the Read More »

Shake, Rattle and Roll @ Collingwood Town Hall

Students from St Joseph’s Primary School will take over Collingwood Town Hall with Shake, Rattle and Roll, a multi-form celebration of creative activity, Wednesday 9 September at 6PM. Shake, Rattle and Roll emerged as a theme with students across the year working with leading Melbourne artists. They have shaken with Dance Fever and found balance Read More »