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Captives of the City
- Date: Wednesday, 11 February 2015 to Saturday, 14 February 2015, Wed 6:30pm, Thurs-Sat 6:30pm & 9pm
- Venue: The Arts Centre — 100 St Kilda Rd, Southbank, VIC
- Tickets: Adults: $38 | Children: $30 | Concession: $30 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on 1300 182 183
Deep underground, something is stirring. Ideas are spreading and change is beckoning. The Captives have a choice - embrace the terrifying uncertainly of change or maintain the status quo. Captives of the City is a dynamic fusion of digital puppetry, live animation, music and performance, a new chamber opera that tackles fundamental questions of our time. Captives of the City is a collaboration between independent company Lemony S Puppet Theatre and Chamber Made Opera and will be performed in a secret location in the depths of Arts Centre Melbourne.
Your experience begins at Curve Bar 15 mins before performance start time. Late arrivals cannot be admitted. This event is a travelling performance taking place in elevators, backstage and other unusual locations. You will be required to climb 8 steps to access the main performance area. Please contact the Access Manager at the Arts Centre Melbourne on 9281 8503 if you require further information.
Created by Chamber Made Opera & Lemony S Puppet Theatre Written by Sarah Kriegler with Ben Grant
Sarah Kriegler Direction
David Young Composition
Dave Jones Animation & Digital Puppetry Design
Jethro Woodward Sound Design & Musical Direction
Jacob Williams Maker/Designer
Ben Grant Dramaturg
Caroline Lee Voice
Rainbow Sweeny Production Management
Performed by Mark Cauvin (double bass), Adam Pierzchalsk (actor), Matthias Schack-Arnott (percussion) & Jacob Williams (puppetry)
Featured Australian Works
|The Art of War (chamber opera) by David Young — World premiere|
— performed by Adam Pierzchalsk, Matthias Schack-Arnott and Mark Cauvin
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