From the past a future begins

Playing at Chapel Off Chapel Mezzanine, February 13 - 17 2019

An experience awaits to ignite the depths of your imagination. Here, places once forgotten are transformed into visions of the future, where voices sing enchanting songs, architecture comes to life and colour rules supreme. Let your curiosity guide you through a labyrinth of art, design and theatrical wonder and discover delight in what could be.

The Citizen Theatre team will create the Forgotten Places immersive experience by incorporating a selection of photographic submissions from Stonnington locals. These will be transformed into an interactive future city where paintings, sculpture, singing, storytelling, music and colour will give audiences of all ages an inspiring experience to change the way they view and interact with their local area.

Creatives

Director/Dramaturg/Producer Jayde Kirchert
Visual Designer/Artist/Photography Walk Facilitator Stu Brown
Composer Imogen Cygler
Costume Designer Aislinn Naughton
Associate Producer Steph Clare-Cover

Performing Collaborators (in alphabetical order)

Jordan Barr
Kayla Hamill
Tomas Parrish
Willow Sizer
Margot Tanjutco

Venue

Chapel Off Chapel - Mezzanine
12 Little Chapel St, Prahran
Box Office and Enquiries: 03 8290 7000

 
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Free Guided Photography Walk

To inspire Stonnington locals with their photographic submissions for the ‘Forgotten Places’ Immersive Experience, Citizen Theatre held a ‘Forgotten Places Photography Walk’ - a free guided photography walk with Citizen Theatre’s visual designer Stu Brown. The walk encouraged people to see the world around them with a fresh perspective through the art of photography. It took place on Saturday 24th November.

“To capture street portraits can be challenging as you need to build a quick rapport with people. Getting some essential tips from Stu and Jayde during the two-hour walking tour was quite valuable.”

Weekend Notes - written by Nekoburro

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Forgotten Places is supported by the City of Stonnington’s Arts & Cultural Grants program.