PATRICE BALBINA’S CHANCE ENCOUNTER WITH THE END OF THE WORLD is having a short run at the Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) before transferring to Vancouver, Canada for a full season. The show has an important pedigree as it is the final chapter of the two-year international partnership between three theatres from Europe, two from Canada and ATYP, supported through the European Union’s Cultural Fund. Thematically exploring migration and its effects, BOOMERANG: Documents of Poverty of Hope has facilitated 6 co-productions and this final production was developed with international cast and creatives to draw their experience together. ATPY’s WAR CRIMES (July 2015) was also part of the project.
But when it comes to experiencing theatre, that intimate yet communal experience, pedigree is irrelevant. It is about what we see, hear, feel and are moved by. And PATRICE BALBINA’S CHANCE ENCOUNTER WITH THE END OF THE WORLD is an intimate and moving work, gently fashioned yet dynamic and full of action. Continue reading Patrice Babina’s Chance Encounter with the End of The World @ ATYP