Festival Fatale single tickets on sale!
Festival Fatale is a two-day ground-breaking feminist theatre festival 29-30 October at Sydney’s Eternity Playhouse, supported by Darlinghurst Theatre Company. Last month we revealed our FULL FESTIVAL LINE-UP with all selected plays for staged readings, full productions and foyer performances. Check out the program here.
Today single tickets are on sale! All performances are one night only, many of which will be world premieres. Don’t miss your chance to see some of the best Australian theatre creatives present vibrant new work. Snap them up here!
Want to see the whole festival? You have one week left to buy a subscription package, saving $$$ on ticket prices, and keeping you occupied for an entire weekend of theatre come October! Buy your subscription package here.
WITS Self-Care for Creative Women
Join facilitator Martine Langoulant, professional resilience and self-care expert, and co-facilitator WITS’ Erica Lovell on 11 September 10am – 5pm at MEAA in Redfern for a Self-Care Workshop to:
- Understand the differences between the key concepts of workplace stress, burnout, and how to manage them.
- Understand the concept of Self Care and its importance.
- Explore research-based strategies to enhance personal well being and develop a Personal Self Care Plan.
- Discover a specific set of strategies for practicing professional Self Care in the workplace and develop a Professional Self Care Plan.
- Learn how to set safe boundaries at work.
- Develop and maintain a positive self-image.
Limited places remain. Book your ticket here.
What Women Want Survey
At our inaugural WITS forum in October last year, we asked what your concerns were as working female artists in the Australian performing arts industry. A month shy of our one year anniversary we are taking stock again to survey your experiences. We’d love to hear from you, as your responses help direct the initiatives WITS provides. Click here to fill out the survey.
Ticket Giveaway – Invisible Circus
Invisible Circus – three new plays by Australian women
Kings Cross Theatre, Sydney – November 3 – 27.
Written by Noelle Janaszweska, Jessica Tuckwell, Sunny Grace + Priscilla Jackman
Directed by Kate Gaul, Cathy Hunt, Priscilla Jackman
With Jane Phegan, Kim Vercoe, Thomas Campbell, Catherine Terancini.
For a chance to win a double pass email email@example.com with WITS in the subject line.
Producer Course via Catnip Productions
Catnip Productions and Actors Centre Australia are very proud to announce the launch of a new course specifically aimed at aiding creatives in getting their dream projects off the ground and to help those projects be sustainable in their creative lives – Producing Essentials. Cat Dibley demystifies the process of producing, covering a range of topics including: Fundraising, Venues, Rights, Contracts, Marketing, Production and Touring. For details, visit: http://www.actorscentre.com.au/courses/producing-essentials