Current Projects

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Island Whispers

Created by Nunami Sculthorpe-Green with Sarah Hamilton
Produced by Performing Lines Tasmania

Building on the success of takara niplauna, Kingborough Council approached Nunami Sculthorpe-Green to see if she could develop a companion tour for that region. 

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takara nipaluna

Created and performed by Nunami Sculthorpe-Green
Produced by Performing Lines Tasmania
An outcome of the 2020 Tarraleah Residency

Tickets available now from the Theatre Royal, Hobart.

 Every day thousands of people walk the streets of nipaluna/Hobart CBD without understanding the events that shaped this city or knowing the significance of Aboriginal history.

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Art Wash 

Created and performed by Julia Drouhin and Anand Kumar
IN DEVELOPMENT – an outcome of the 2021 Tarraleah Residency

Selected for development through a residency at MAC in 2022,  Art Wash is a performance artwork based on the principle of fast food reimagined as car-based ‘fast art’ .  The art wash menu items will be transient pieces; artworks sketched into a dust covered rear windscreen, foam sculptures which grow and cover the car and kids menu items developed through engagement with local schools

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Clusterfuck

Created and performed by Rose Ottavi-Kokkoris
IN DEVELOPMENT – an outcome of the 2021 Tarraleah Residency

Clusterfuck is an autobiographical, one-woman show, written as a recount of the worst decade of someones’ life.

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Mixed Feelings

Created and performed by Stephanie Jack
IN DEVELOPMENT – an outcome of the 2020 Tarraleah Residency

Selected for development through a residency at MAC in 2021, Mixed Feelings is a one person show being developed by multiracial Asian Australian actor, writer, and vocalist, Stephanie Jack. Incorporating monologue, video projection, songs in Chinese dialects, and kung fu-inspired movement, the show is a deep dive into the confusion of living between cultures. 

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100 Fucking Days

Created and performed by Carrie McLean
IN DEVELOPMENT – an outcome of the 2021 Tarraleah Residency

Selected for development through a residency at MAC in 2022
100 Fucking Days is a heavy metal cabaret/burlesque-style theatre show about a forty-something single Mum of five, who makes a pact with herself to masturbate for 100 days straight.

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Samoa Project

IN DEVELOPMENT – an outcome of the 2021 Tarraleah Residency

Lila Mileisea’s Samoa Project was seeded at the Tarraleah Residency of 2021 and has since been supported by a residency via our partnership with MAC

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The Wind Telephone

Devised and created by Danni Ashton, Mel King and Ivano Del Pio
IN DEVELOPMENT – an outcome of the 2021 Tarraleah Residency

A telephone box, with a line to nowhere, is placed as an installation in a secluded public space, so the public can leave recorded messages to the dead.

This project has been selected for development through a residency at MAC in 2022

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Prepare for the Plunge

Created and performed by LPA®
IN DEVELOPMENT – an outcome of the 2020 Tarraleah Residency

Globally, there are more than 4 billion people who can’t swim.  As an island in a perdiod of intense global warming, lutruwita/Tasmania is a high-risk zone for those without water confidence.

LPA® are sending two of their most qualified emergency instructors, equipped with revolutionary swimming machines to prepare you for the plunge.

“This is not a drill. I repeat; this is not a drill.”

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