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CARRIAGEWORKS and CAAP present

LONGHOUSE: 666

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In response to the vibrant conversation at Longhouse: The Gathering back in April, LONGHOUSE: 666 offers you a chance to meet one-to-one with highly respected artists from stage and screen, for a 6 minute Speed Date. This is the first step in towards CAAP’s Mentoring program for Asian Australians in the performing arts.

Our mentors are:

  • DONNA CHANG - Development Producer, Lingo Pictures
  • PASCHAL DAANTOS BERRY - Performance maker, writer, dramaturg, Program Coordinator Blacktown Arts Centre
  • QUE MINH LUU - Executive Producer - Drama, Comedy & Indigenous, ABC
  • KENNETH MORALEDA - Actor, writer, director
  • POLLY ROWE - Literary Manager, Sydney Theatre Company
  • S. SHAKTHIDHARAN - CEO, Co-Curious

So hone your elevator pitch, print your business card and fill out your expression of interest to take part in this speed-dating opportunity.
EOI deadline extended till COB Thurs 16 August.

Please note that in order to be a part of Longhouse 666, you must be able to attend and purchase a ticket to the Longhouse (observers also welcome!)

THE LONGHOUSE : 666

Thurs 30 August
6pm - 8pm

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245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh

Tickets $10 + booking fee

Observers welcome!

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Contemporary Asian Australian Performance (CAAP), Queensland Theatre, Melbourne Theatre Company and Sydney Theatre Company are proud to announce the artists selected to join the CAAP Directors Initiative.

CAAP DIRECTORS

This initiative is the result of a powerful partnership between the four companies to identify, develop and provide career pathways for Asian Australian directors in main stage theatre companies.

More than 100 applications were received for the two-year program. After introductory directing workshops led by Paige Rattray at QT, Jessica Arthur at STC and Sarah Goodes and Dean Bryant at MTC, 13 emerging directors have been selected to continue in the next phase of the program. This entails a series of seminars, workshops, networking opportunities and placements to observe company productions up close. The following phase of the program will offer hands-on opportunities as assistant directors, directing creative developments and play readings.

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