A showcase of three short, freshly made works.
@ the Old Ambulance Station - 80 Howard Street, Nambour QLD
WED 9 - SAT 12 December 2020
By Salvadorian-Australian theatre practitioner Rodrigo Calderón, is a reckoning with the waters of troubled masculinity in a sleepy coastal town, on one side of the Pacific or another. Calderón brings the powerful delivery of a seasoned physical performer to this raging, compassionate, hyper-real pummeling of a piece. Website
Thur 10 December 8.00pm, Fri 11 December 8.00pm & Sat 11 December 2.30pm
(+ CONSTRUCTION SPECIAL, Sat 11 December 8.00pm: CONSTRUCTIONS SIGHT plus Closing Party with SOLUA in the Old Ambo Gallery).
RUNNING TIME 75 mins
Audiences are advised that works presented in this session contain explicit references to sex, violence, abuse and trauma. If you are considering bringing young people and require advice regarding age appropriateness, please contact the organiser.
*We are committed to a culture where women are supported to continue their creative practice whilst parenting. Please note that the order of presentations, or works presented may vary in accordance with the parenting responsibilities of our artists.