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BLue turninG Greener The Blue Room Theatre has a long-standing commitment to producing theatre sustainably. To reduce our carbon footprint further we’ve now adopted a policy with a range of green initiatives for conserving energy and reducing waste. If you’re reading this on screen you’ve already contributed by choosing to receive this brochure electronically rather than in hard copy. From now on our brochure will only be mailed to you in hard copy if you specifically opt-in by contacting mail@blueroom.org.au . So that we can measure our environmental impact effectively, and set targets to reduce it, we would also love for you to complete a survey when you visit us and tell us how you travelled to the theatre. If you are keen to get involved in other ways, please contact Karen Connolly via info@blueroom.org.au.


WeLcOme tO tHe BLue rOOm tHeatre SeaSOn One, 2012 I am very pleased to present our new Season of productions following hot on the heels of Summer Nights as part of fRINGe WoRlD. as I write this we are meeting with artists to help them prepare submissions for Season two – the Blue Room theatre is always a bustling hub of artistic adventures. Season one features two significant partnerships: Melbourne-based Nicola Gunn’s production of Hello my name is presented in association with theatre Works, Victoria; and Yirra Yaakin will co-produce the final weeks of this Season, coinciding with NaIDoc Week, presenting workshops and performances by and for independent indigenous performing arts practitioners. We welcome back producers who have been travelling with previous Blue Room theatre productions: humphrey Bower, fresh from his australian Performing arts Market performance of Wish, will present a redevelopment of his awardwinning solo Skin; and returning from the Italian

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premiere of his play Horse Head, Damon lockwood will produce and feature in his latest darkly comic offering, I (Honestly) Love You. other Season highlights include Luminaire, a character study of light by cutting edge theatre makers Renegade Productions; the new psychological drama Red Silk written by lois achimovich and directed by nationally renowned aarne Neeme; a new collaboration between Dawn Pascoe and Nicky candy, incorporating aerial skills, in a highly physical telling of the tragic tale John Gavin; and film writer/director Wade K Savage makes the transition to stage with Les Affreux, a thriller of a theatrical debut. hope you enjoy…

Kerry o’Sullivan, acting executive Director


Luminaire 13 – 31 mar


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Luminaire

“Beauty is prejudice.” Luminaire is about seeing the forest for the trees; it tells the tale of two characters reminiscing on times of beauty, destruction and etch-asketch. Not your ordinary theatre experience, Luminaire considers light as a third performer on stage, exploring a range of experimental techniques and effects to create lighting sculptures and ‘lumiscapes’ that punctuate a vivid narrative. Luminaire marks chris Donnelly’s return to Perth theatre from national and international tours – including award winning shows in the uK, New Zealand, and a helpmann-nominated tour of australia – to re-join his award winning Renegade comrades (the Blue Room theatre Judges’ choice 2011). treat yourself to a night of indulgent storytelling with ground-breaking use of chemiluminescence designed to take your breath away.

31 13 ~ mar

Previews tue 13 – Wed 14 mar seAson thu 15 – Sat 17 mar tue 20 – Sat 24 mar tue 27 – Sat 31 mar Meet the Artists Wed 21 Mar auslan interpreted Sat 24 mar time all shows 8:30pm tickets Full $25 / Conc. $20 blue room theatre members: $20 / $15 Previews and groups 8+ $15 contains use of smoke machine. St

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Red Silk

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Red Silk Productions presents

Red Silk

In the 1960s Pulitzer Prize winner Anne Sexton was the highest paid poet in the US. To her many friends and lovers she was beautiful, witty and engaging. But there was a dark side to her life, alluded to in her writing. Considerable controversy surrounding the revelations of abuse in her family, and her later psychiatric treatment, mirrored the experiences of many women. The controversy did not cease after her death. Martin (Luke Hewitt) has referred his patient, Anne, to another psychiatrist, Ted (Dan Luxton). When Martin calls Ted and Anne for a meeting, his motives are unclear. Anne describes it as a nice collegial discussion between the two men with herself as the subject. But the agenda is much more sinister than she could imagine. Perth-born stage and screen actor Roz Hammond (Muriel’s Wedding; Best Female Performance, Dublin Fringe; The Librarians) returns to The Blue Room Theatre after twenty years away to play the pivotal role of Anne in a fictional view of what may have happened in that room.

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Previews Tue 13 – Wed 14 Mar Season Thu 15 – Sat 17 Mar Tue 20 – Sat 24 Mar Tue 27 – Sat 31 Mar Meet the Artists Wed 21 Mar Time All shows 7pm Tickets Full $25 / Conc. $20 Blue Room Theatre Members: $20 / $15 Previews and Groups 8+ $15 Contains smoking. IRST

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Written by Lois Achimovich | Directed by Aarne Neeme | Featuring Roz Hammond, Dan Luxton and Luke Hewitt Dramaturgy by Pippa Williamson | Set and costume design by Lawrie Cullen-Tait


JOHN GAVIN 17 APR – 5 MAY


Nick Candy & Natural Wings present

John Gavin

In the early hours of Easter Saturday 1844, John Gavin became the first European to be executed in our Swan River Colony. He was tried, convicted and hanged within three days and buried without ceremony in an unmarked grave in the Fremantle sandhills. He was 15 years old. A daring new collaboration between aerialist Dawn Pascoe and actor Nick Candy will produce a dynamic retelling of this landmark West Australian story. “God grant that awful example made on so young a lad, may ever be before the minds of all of us young or old.” Highly skilled aerial theatre, dramatic reconstruction and physical performance will re-animate John Gavin and his twisted adolescent dreams. The story will flip and spin, trample and tumble into your lap leaving you wondering which way is up, which was my seat, and did that young boy really deserve to hang?

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Previews Tue 17 – Wed 18 Apr Season Thu 19 – Sat 21 Apr Tue 24 – Sat 28 Apr Tue 1 – Sat 5 May Meet the Artists Wed 25 Apr Time All shows 8:30pm Tickets Full $25 / Conc. $20 Blue Room Theatre Members: $20 / $15 Previews and Groups 8+ $15 IRST

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Created and performed by Nick Candy, Dawn Pascoe and Steven Finnegan | Sound and lighting design by Joe Lui WWW.NATURALWINGS.COM.AU


24 aPr – 12 may

Skin

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Skin

from the makers of Wish (Winner, the Blue Room theatre Members’ choice 2011 and Blue Stone award for outstanding Individual Performance) Skin – two tales of transformation – promises intimate, visceral, stripped-back storytelling theatre dealing with identity and difference, on our doorstep and in our own backyard. a hairdresser on holiday in Vietnam undergoes a surprising metamorphosis. “He stripped down to his underpants, listening to the duet for piano and ceiling-fan, and wondering what was coming next.” an actor in search of inspiration at a remote salt-lake in Western australia gets more than he bargained for. “Dreamtime not once-upon-a-time; Dreamtime still here.” humphrey Bower is a multi-award-winning actor, writer and director. originally performed at la Mama in Melbourne, Skin received nominations in Green Room award categories Best Solo Performer and Best New Writing for the australian Stage.

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I (Honestly) Love You 15 MAY – 2 JUN


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this new work by award-winning playwright Damon lockwood is a story of love gained, love lost, and love thrown around a bit.

Previews tue 15 – Wed 16 may

I (Honestly) Love You sees age-old enemies togetherness and honesty tangle desperately as two people who can only tell the truth at all times fall deeply, madly and passionately in love.

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the team that brought you Horse Head and Short Four Play explores the deepest of all human emotions in a fast-paced satire packed with wit, insight and humour. ALICIA: If everything happens for a reason then fate is a f**king prick. a heart-felt experience for all those who have been in love, and for all those who ever wanted to be…

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Les Affreux 22 MAY – 9 JUN


The Spectre Theatre Company presents

Les Affreux

“Are you there? It doesn’t matter. I already know you are. I know you are listening to this. Do you think you got out? Do you think this is where it stops? I can see you. I can see you right... now.” What if, in the end, your mistakes are all that make you? What if people know things about you, things that even the ones you love don’t know? Alex, a journalist returning from the Arab Spring, is about to learn that your mistakes are never dead and buried. Enter the mysterious dark world of Les Affreux (The Frightful Ones) in this young company’s debut production. Once they have you, there is nothing you can do.

Proudly part of the 2012 City of Perth Winter Arts Season

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Previews Tue 22 – Wed 23 May Season Thu 24 – Sat 26 May Tue 29 May – Sat 2 Jun Tue 5 – Sat 9 Jun Meet the Artists Wed 30 May Time All shows 7pm Tickets Full $25 / Conc. $20 Blue Room Theatre Members $20 / $15 Previews and Groups 8+ $15 Contains smoking, violence and coarse language. IRST

Written and directed by Wade K. Savage | Featuring Rina Freiberg, Ethan Thomas and Caris Eves Lighting design by Stephen Warren | Designed by Alana Starcevich

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Hello my name is 12 – 30 JUN


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Hello my name is wants to get to know you in a non-threatening, conversational type way. It’s warm like a spring day and unexpectedly fun like a game of table tennis. It is set in a community centre, which is just a room we’ll call a community centre. We hope you can join us. Melbourne-based creator Nicola Gunn, a uK Stage award nominee (Best Solo Performer, 2011 edinburgh fringe), makes emotionally and visually evocative work with subversive humour about the complexities and mysteries of everyday life. “Delivered brilliantly… her performance gleefully jumps the line between genius and madness... A real delight for the discerning, and so good that you might walk out.” - THREEWEEKS, edinburgh this project has been assisted by the australian Government through the australia council, its arts funding advisory body, the Besen family foundation, Maximised by chunky Move, Dancehouse, la Mama theatre and theatre Works.

Proudly part of the 2012 city of Perth Winter arts Season

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Previews tue 12 – Wed 13 Jun seAson thu 14 – Sat 16 Jun tue 19 – Sat 23 Jun tue 26 – Sat 30 Jun Meet the Artists Wed 20 Jun auslan interpreted Sat 23 Jun time all shows 8:30pm tickets Full $25 / Conc. $20 blue room theatre members $20 / $15 Previews and groups 8+ $15

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Black As Michael Jackson… 19 JUN – 7 JUL


Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company presents A three week celebration of identity, culture and theatre, blackfella style!

Black As Michael Jackson… And Other Identity Monologues “I’m not racist but…” If us blackfellas had a dollar for every time we heard that…. We’d be rich unna?!?!?! This series of monologues is the first collaboration between emerging writer Michelle White and Deadly Award winning co-writer/performer Karla Hart, drawing from the pair’s own real life experiences. A raw, emotional and at times irreverent look at race, identity and what it’s like to actually want to be proud of identifying as Aboriginal. Contains coarse language.

YIRRA YARNS Over five nights The Blue Room Theatre will host poetry, improvisation comedy and storytelling from some of Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company’s finest performers in celebration of NAIDOC. Contains coarse language.

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Previews Tue 19 – Wed 20 Jun Season IRST LD F Thu 21 – Sat 23 Jun R O W Tue 26 – Sat 30 Jun Tue 3 – Sat 7 Jul Meet the Artists Wed 27 Jun Time All shows 8:30pm Tickets* Full $25 / Conc. $20 Blue Room Theatre Members $20 / $15 Previews and Groups 8+ $15 3~7 JULY

Season Tue 3 - Sat 7 July Time All shows 7pm Tickets* Full $25 / Conc. $20 Blue Room Theatre Members and Groups 8+ $15

*Book for both shows in one transaction and pay only $30! (Via phone and box office only, not available online)


Your Visit to The Blue Room Theatre Booking tickets to The Blue Room Theatre attracts no additional charges, whether you book online at www.blueroom.org.au, over the phone on 08 9227 7005, or in person at The Blue Room Theatre Box Office, 53 James Street, Northbridge. All tickets must be pre-paid at the time of booking. You can also purchase subscriptions and gift vouchers online, by phone or in person. Parking can sometimes be found on nearby streets, or you can access the secure City of Perth car parks off Francis St or Roe St. Public transport is a short walk from The Blue Room Theatre. Visit www.transperth.wa.gov.au or call the Infoline: 13 62 13.

Access The Blue Room Theatre’s performance spaces and bar on the first floor via our internal lift from the street level box office foyer. Guide dogs are welcome and we also honour Companion Cards. If you require wheelchair access to our theatres, please advise The Blue Room Theatre office during business hours. The Blue Room Theatre Box Office opens one hour prior to each performance and accepts cash, credit card and eftpos; though door sales are often available, they are not guaranteed. We employ a paperless ticketing system, using re-useable plastic “slapbands” for entry to the performance spaces. Tickets purchased in advance must be

collected at least 10 minutes prior to show start time or may be returned to sale. Tertiary students who present their Guild Membership card are eligible for $10 Student Rush tickets only in the 10 minutes prior to show start time and subject to availability. School students (senior high school and tertiary) are welcome at the special price of $15 per student. Receive one teacher ticket FREE with every ten student tickets. Running late? Phone ahead. Some shows will admit latecomers during a suitable break in the performance. Others employ a strict “no latecomers” policy and offer no refunds or exchanges.


seAting in the Blue Room theatre’s two performances spaces (40 and 60 seats) is unreserved. AduLt content features in the Blue Room theatre Seasons, intended for audiences aged 15 years and over unless otherwise stated. Many shows contain coarse language and adult themes. Please check any warnings at the time of booking. drinks & snAcks can be purchased from the Blue Room theatre bar up to one hour before each performance, at intervals, and for a limited period after each show: delicious toasted sandwiches, chocolates, potato chips, and still some of the lowest priced drinks in Northbridge. and yes, you can take your drinks into the performance!

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SuBScriBe and SaVe! SUBSCRIBE online at www.blueroom.org.au to four or eight shows this Season and save up to $40.

BLUE ROOM THEATRE MEMBERS SAVE EVEN MORE! Become a Member of The Blue Room Theatre from $15 - $45 per year for a range of benefits including: • Exclusive invitations, news and special offers • Discounted tickets, subscriptions and drinks at The Blue Room Theatre • Discounted tickets to other live performance and film events around town • Advice; advocacy; access to workshop/rehearsal spaces; voting rights at our AGM; and free application to produce a show in our Seasons. Which level of membership is for you? See the form at the back or visit www.blueroom.org.au.


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the Blue Room theatre is proud to be partnering with Sign language communications Wa, a division of the Wa Deaf Society, to present a series of auslan interpreted performances this Season (check individual show pages for dates).

It’s not a big theatre. a solo performer on stage can fill up the room. You can feel their emotions in the unlit spaces of the theatre. and in the light you can see their words and the energy on their skin. from the front row you could reach out and touch them if you wanted to. But you wouldn’t.

our thanks go to the team at Slc Wa for helping us make these events possible.

Satisfy your curiosity about the methods in the madness of theatre making at our Meet the Artist nights. find out more about the people who create your theatrical experiences: about the Who, What, When, Where, Why and how; tell them in person why you like what they do; or find out how to stage a production yourself! the 2nd Wednesday of each show (check individual show pages for dates) is Meet the artists night. the bonus is, these intimate, 20-30 minute post-performance gatherings are available to attend at no extra cost. Strictly limited capacity. Book early at www.blueroom.org.au.


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WHO’S BLue? stAFF (aboVE l–r) Finance officer: Karen connolly marketing manager: Dianah Star Venue & Production manager: Roger Miller acting Executive Director: Kerry o’Sullivan office & Front of house manager: Sally Martin associate Producer: Renee Newman-Storen office & Front of house assistant: Kathryn osborne not PICturED:

associate Producer: Robyn fergusson housekeeping: lynda Butler & holly Garvey

boArd Chair: Natalie Jenkins treasurer: tanya Payne Secretary: David hall chris Isaacs libby Klysz helen Munt louanne Munz thank you to our outgoing Board members caitlin Beresford-ord and Zoe Pepper seAson one 2012 seLection PAneL thomas Papathanassiou, Whitney Richards, Phillip Miolin

sPonsors the Blue Room theatre board and staff acknowledge the generous support of the Department of culture and the arts; australia council for the arts; Jane Brook estate Wines; our civic partner city of Perth; our new design partner Non-Drowsy Design, and welcoming our new beverage sponsor coopers. our sincere thanks go to all artists participating in the Blue Room theatre Season one 2012 for their commitment and hard work.

cAsuAL stAFF the Blue Room theatre employs a host of talented artists as our front of house, bar and ushering staff. voLunteers We must not forget our members who donate their time and energy graciously throughout the year, as well as the arts angels who help get these brochures out to you. you Members and audience who volunteer to usher at the Blue Room theatre get a fRee ticket for their trouble. call us during office hours to find out more: 08 9227 7005. Graphics and layout by Non-Drowsy Design. cover photography by ashley de Prazer. Printed by Scott Print.

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tHe BLue rOOm tHeatre SeaSOnS as well as being a place for adventurous Perth audiences, the Blue Room theatre (est.1989) is a vibrant membership-based resource and service organisation for independent performing arts workers: supporting play readings and professional development; providing affordable rehearsal space and admin resources, and an auspice service for small independent companies. our core activity is the Blue Room theatre Seasons (est. 1994), two seasons of eight productions over 10 months of each year, presented in our heritage building in Northbridge which contains two intimate, flexible performance spaces. a different peer panel selects each Season, with each show offered a three-week run with technical, producing and marketing support; a small development and professional fund; and 90% of their box office sales.

the ‘Best Production’ winner at the annual Blue Room theatre awards also receives a slot in a following Season or the equivalent amount of in-kind development support. Season shows have gone on to festivals and independent seasons around australia and overseas in cities such as adelaide, Melbourne, New York, Sydney, toronto and Delhi.

Season applications are called twice yearly. See www.blueroom.org.au for details. ‘Like’ us on Facebook, or become a member (see back pages) so you never miss an application round. For more info contact Associate Producer Renee Newman-Storen: renee@blueroom.org.au.


OWn a Piece Of tHe actiOn In providing a continuous, diverse program of contemporary performance, the Blue Room theatre contributes towards the cultural, social and economic ecology of Perth, Wa and australia. to continue and improve on doing the best we can for you, we rely on funding and philanthropic donations. Every ticket you buy directly supports WA’s independent professional theatre makers. and our Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status means any donation over $2 is 100% tax DeDuctIBle. to enhance your contribution add a donation to purchases online, via the membership form overleaf, or phone 08 9227 7005. help make live performance possible. the Blue Room theatre and the artists we assist are grateful for your support.


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WHY Become a Blue Room Theatre Member? Associates: SAVE on tickets and drinks at The Blue Room Theatre, and even more when you SUBSCRIBE. INFO, invites, audition notices and industry/networking opportunities are sent to you in regular members’ news bulletins. Use our networks to promote your own artistic endeavours. SUPPORT our performing artists and the development of new Australian theatre by contributing to a culturally vital city and state. ADVICE and advocacy opportunities are yours. We are here to help in any way we can. Full Members also get access to: WORKSHOP, REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE SPACE at discounted/affordable rates in a central location. RESOURCES such as colour photocopying, phone, fax, computer and internet, laminating, binding and more. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT opportunities, some exclusive, some subsidised, all responding to our members’ needs. FREE APPLICATION to The Blue Room Theatre Seasons and auspice service.

HAVE YOUR SAY at our AGM. Use your voting rights to nominate and elect board members. As a membership organisation we rely on your input and feedback to continue to meet and exceed your expectations. PLUS show your Blue Room Theatre membership card to get: • $13.50* tickets @ Luna Palace Cinemas (Luna Palace Privilege Card holders receive $20 tickets to The Blue Room Theatre Season shows) www.lunapalace.com.au • PICA member prices @ Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts Performance Space (PICA Art Addicts receive $20 tickets to The Blue Room Theatre Season shows) www.pica.org.au • Concession priced tickets Tue–Thu and Sat matinees to Perth Theatre Company shows (PTC members receive concession prices to The Blue Room Theatre Season shows Tue-Thu) www.perththeatre.com.au • Member priced tickets to Deckchair Theatre shows (Deckchair members receive member priced tickets to The Blue Room Theatre Season shows) www.deckchairtheatre.com.au • Concession priced tickets to Black Swan State Theatre Co. shows, excluding opening nights. (BSSTC subscribers receive $20 tickets to The Blue Room Theatre Season shows) www.bsstc.com.au *Excludes special events. Luna Palace Privilege card discount will be offered.


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SEASON ONE 2012 - FLIPBOOK  
SEASON ONE 2012 - FLIPBOOK  

SEASON ONE 2012 - FLIPBOOK

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