Tripwire are going into development and then production for new play The Belly Dancer. The development is supported by Centre for Non-Violence and the Capital Theatre Performance Subsidy with the City of Greater Bendigo. The production is funded by the Ulumbarra Foundation Performing Arts Power-Up Grant. Three actors are required to work collaboratively with Jake … Continue reading Courageous and Collaborative Actors required for Script Development Process
We're pleased to announce that we are the recipient of a Performance Subsidy from the Capital Venues & Events and City of Greater Bendigo! We'll be taking up residence in The Engine Room for a week in August to work on new play, The Belly Dancer. Writers Jake Honeychurch and Megan Riedl will be joined … Continue reading Tripwire awarded subsidy for The Belly Dancer development
We're pleased to announce that Bendigo's Centre For Non-Violence are our Project Partner for The Belly Dancer project! We met yesterday with CNV CEO Margaret Augerinos to discuss possibilities for a partnership between them and Tripwire on The Belly Dancer project. Set in Bendigo in 2015, the play follows a young couple as their relationship falls … Continue reading Centre for Non-Violence sign on for The Belly Dancer!