Term 2 Short Course Program starting 27th May
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Pop Up Circus: What Do I Want?
29 May – I June at Seaworks – Williamstown Boatsheds
The Show: This is circus but not as you know it! A stripped back, Pop Up experience providing the chance to peak behind the curtain to see how a circus show is put together. In the Big Shed we don’t turn down the lights. Watch the cast bring in trapezes, cloud swings and all sorts of circus equipment - like a magician’s secrets revealed!
Our cast, who balance their roles as performing artists with a varied range of day jobs, have devised this unique circus experience. Using tumbling, flying, swinging, music and movement, the cast of What Do I Want? explore, through the abstract and surreal, the hopes, fears and fragmented realities we all experience in the privacy of our own heads…
The Venue: The Big Shed at Seaworks is an industrial hangar at the Williamstown docks. Inside this huge venue, the Women’s Circus will create a pop-up performance space, where the cast will fly, swing and dangle from a gantry crane that was originally designed for ship building! We’ll have blankets and hot chocolate, so come and get cosy with the Women’s Circus!
‘What Do I Want?’ is directed by Spenser Inwood, 10 year veteran of the famous Flying Fruit Fly Circus and current Women’s Circus Trainer/Director. Join us for this exciting pop-up circus show inside the Big Shed for one hour of stripped back, lyrical, surrealist circus!
Walking distance from Williamstown Station, grab a meal in lovely Nelson Place on the foreshore before heading to our pop-up show!
7.30pm – 8.30pm Wed 29 May – Sat 1 June 2013
82 Nelson Place, Williamstown 3016
Tickets are only $25 and on sale now through eventbrite:
The Women’s Circus will soon begin creative development for its Big West Festival show, which will be performed in late November 2013.
If you want to be part of the show, please come along to our Performance and Ensemble Workshops led by Steph Kehoe, Artist in Residence.
There are three workshops to attend across term two. Come along to either a morning or afternoon session and get ready for our end of year performance!
12 May / 2 June / 23 June 10am – 1pm OR 2pm – 5pm
All are Welcome: new women, advanced women, young women and less young, but very wise women, and trainers. Workshops are free to Women’s Circus members.
Find out More: Performance & Ensemble Workshops
If you are interested in seeing what the Women’s Circus is all about or if you want to join the New Women’s Program in 2013 please join our mailing list.
No matter what your fitness level, age or ability why not come along, have some fun and join the New Women’s program in 2013. Read More :