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MIDNIGHT FEAST THEATRE IS BACK AT THE HOUSE WITH FIRESIDE

This image: Emily Dash in FIRESIDE                                                                                                                         Featured image: Founder Kylie Harris with Chroeographer Nick Lewis

FIRESIDE, an original new work by independent theatre company Midnight Feast, will delight audiences at The Studio Sydney Opera House with three performances, 7.30pm on Thursday, November 29, followed by a 2pm and 730pm on Friday, November 30, 2018.

The company enables artists experiencing physical, intellectual and emotional challenges the opportunity to participate in the performing arts and celebrates abilities not limitations.

The production is all about connections, exploring humanity in all its diversity, challenging assumptions and discovering the power of a small act of kindness. Continue reading MIDNIGHT FEAST THEATRE IS BACK AT THE HOUSE WITH FIRESIDE

CHRYSALIS: MIDNIGHT FEAST THEATRE COMPANY

Jes Vandrempt, Mark Inwood, Georgia Cooper All photographs by Prudence Upton

Type in ‘inspirational’.  Right click.  Pull down synonyms.  Stimulating Stirring Rousing Moving.  Well … that’s bullshit.  These artists exhibit no desire for that kind of spurious platitudinous response.  These are performers whose work has an urgency to be respected for their message, the artistry of their thematic expression and the craft with which it is created.

I have been to see CHRYSALIS.

It’s Midnight Feast Theatre Company and the cast combines the talents of professional actors with high support need individuals. And it’s a bloody revelation. Continue reading CHRYSALIS: MIDNIGHT FEAST THEATRE COMPANY