Sydney-based harpsichordist, Heath Henn, is joined by critically acclaimed visual artist, Todd Fuller, in an exhilarating collaboration which combines 16th-century keyboard music with 21st-century visual projections. Presented by the Flying Nun, Brand X, Darlinghurst.
collaboration with Starman and Sho Prince 2000, Block Party, 2018
Sometimes there’s no scarier place to be than inside your own mind…
Sebastian is a terminally unpopular fifteen-year-old with an overactive imagination and an obsession with anime and death. His only friend, Claryssa, is an emo, Wiccan art-freak barely one rung higher on the social ladder.
What starts as just another night drinking down at the cricket nets, soon gives way to an ecstatic vision that leaves Sebastian unconscious, Claryssa missing without explanation and their friendship in ruins. The next morning, Sebastian wakes up with a mysterious moth in a jar by his bed, a calling to save the souls of all humankind and a desperate need to reach Claryssa. And so begins the Passion of Sebastian…
Fantasy and reality intermingle with dangerous consequences in this gripping play about friendship, adolescence, mental illness and loss. Written with a dark wit that is ultimately after your heart, Rachel Chant directs this bold work from one of Australia's leading playwrights.
A dark, explosive talent, [Declan Greene is] a playwright who channels the anxieties of 21st Century living into a tunnel of comedic nightmare.
Alison Croggon, Theatrenotes.
With its strong language, disturbing themes and imagery, this play is not for the faint-hearted, but Moth is a must-see for teenagers, parents and teachers.
Kate Herbert, Herald Sun
Jeremi Campese (Oedipus Doesn’t Live Here - ATYP)
Ruby O’Kelly (Cleverman - ABC)
Director: Rachel Chant
Design: Tyler Hawkins
Lighting Design: Alexander Berlage
Animation: Todd Fuller
Composition: Chrysoulla Markoulli
Sound Design: Tom Hogan
Stage Manager: Erin Shaw
Production Manager: Shell McKenzie
Assistant Direction: Joseph Brown
Photography: KATE CORNISH
A footprint in the sand, a line on a page, a beat, a turn, a mark, a stop.
Imagine if when we moved, the remnants of our body in space were left behind; traced in the air like a map of our motion. Flatline's 'Imprint' brings together art and dance to reveal the trail behind the action, and the action which forges the trail.
Choreographer: Carl Sciberras
Performer: Annabel Saies
Brenda May Gallery, Sydney and Gosford Regional Art Gallery
Sketch is the first full length work by Flatline; a new interdisciplinary collective that converges multiple artforms in new and exciting performance experiences. This triptych sees three dancers, a visual artist and composer transform the theatre into a hyper-sensorial world where these three mediums push and pull one another into new territory. The work converges old and new technologies to intercept lines, curves and colours with choreographic and sound scores. Flatline presents work that explores the spaces between art forms, bringing them closer to one another to a point where they are no longer distinguishable. “Very cool. And a sign of the future, perhaps.” – Jill Sykes, Sydney Morning Herald
Choreographer: Carl Sciberras
Visual Artist: Todd Fuller
Live Composition: Mitchell Mollison
Performers: Katina Olsen, Carl Sciberras & Rosslyn Wythes
Lighting Design: Guy Harding
Development performers: Jake Kuzma, Rosslyn Wythes & Niharika Sanipati