The week ahead will be a lot more fun with a little live entertainment. Stage and Stream is back for a third special edition, our top list of streaming theatre and performing arts around Australia.
INDY THEATRE FORUM – RUOK
Critical Stages Touring
Riverside Theatres & Australian Haydn Ensemble
Riverside hosts this exciting digital concert by Australian Haydn Ensemble, including an interactive live chat with members of the creative team. A fantastic opportunity for a behind-the-scenes insight and a chance to have your questions answered.
7:30pm AEST, Friday August 6
RUNNING JOKE COMEDY CLUB
The Running Joke
8pm Friday 6th August
Via Zoom – Register on Eventbrite
GARRY STARR PERFORMS EVERYTHING
Disgraced actor Garry Starr defies his critics by performing every genre of theatre imaginable, thus saving the performing arts from inevitable extinction. Starr tears through artistic genres with little regard for personal safety and even less regard for art. Directed by Cal McCrystal (The Mighty Boosh, RSC).
6:30pm, Sunday August 8th
SHOPFRONT SCRATCH NIGHT
Shopfront Arts Co-op
Melbourne International Film Festival
ROVERS – WATCH PARTY & LIVE Q&A
Riverside Theatres Digital, Belloo Creative & Critical Stages Touring
Intrepid performers Roxanne McDonald and Barbara Lowing get behind the wheel and navigate audiences into risky terrain, journeying through the heart-lines of their lives and into the hilarious, fun-loving misadventures of the women who made them who they are today. Followed by a live Q&A with Barbara Lowing, Writer Katherine Lyall-Watson, and director Caroline Dunphy.
Yellow Line Productions
A new musical based on the people and events of the Eureka Rebellion of 1854. Brimming with historic detail, true stories, and a few new truths, this is a great opportunity to support new muscial work in Australia. Filmed live at the Bryan Brown Theatre in Sydney in 2021.
Don’t forget that you’re only a click away from the Screening Room – our online home for independent digital theatre experiences. Get re-acquainted with the 16 stories in Come to Where I Am Australia, fall in love with a farming family in Jane Bodie’s Lamb featuring music by Mark Seymour, watch the latest Rovers Web Series episodes, or settle in for new scenes and stories from some of Australia’s leading playwrights.
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