New work JULIA pitches at WA Showcase

JULIA pitches at WA Showcase

Emma Fishwick

Director Sally Richardson and co-creator/performer Natalie Allen successfully showcased our new work JULIA at the Circuitwest WA Showcase last week. Heading towards a 2021 premiere presentation the creative team are seeking regional co-producing partners to join them on this exciting journey.

Inspired by Australia's first female prime minister Gillard's infamous Misogyny speech this solo dance theatre work invites audiences to consider just 'how far we have come' since we first heard the words..."and I will not be lectured about sexism and misogyny by this man, not now, not ever.."

There was a warm and enthusiastic response from the audience, with WA arts minister David Templeman challenging producers and presenters to "get on board and book this show, its going to be a winner!!"

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