Urban Theatre Projects

Sydney Festival Review: Home Country is a cultural experience not to be missed (Performances through 22 January)

Urban Theatre Project’s Home Country is not so much a theatrical production as it is a full-bodied cultural experience, and it’s one not to be missed. Over three and a half hours of theatre, music and food, you are immersed into the worlds of others. It is a piece that challenges you to consider your…

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Director Rosie Dennis on staging Urban Theatre Project’s latest work in a Blacktown carpark

Artistic Director of Urban Theatre Projects, Rosie Dennis, is no stranger to delving into the heart of a community for her theatrical inspiration. In the company’s latest work, Home Country staged for the Sydney Festival, Dennis takes audiences on a journey (both figuratively and literally) through a multi-storey carpark in Blacktown. We were naturally intrigued……

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Review: Simple Infinity – Carriageworks, Sydney (Performances until 16 July)

Simple Infinity successfully combines three art forms to create an enchanting and genuine experience that encourages us to look again. We begin by engaging with the work of artist and designer David Hawkes, who has created both a large-scale installation and performance space. Taking its cue from the infinity sign, Hawkes invites the audience to…

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