Archive for May, 2010

Applespiel Takes on a Classic

May 25, 2010 2 comments

Hey everyone,

We’ll be performing as part of Time Passes this Sunday and Monday nights! You should definitely come along.
It’s all to support the UOW production of Fire Moves Away, which is going to Vietnam next month for the Hue International Festival.

The facebook event (if that’s how you choose to live your life) is here, with all the info you’d like.!/event.php?eid=119286298108821&ref=ts

Otherwise, here’s that info:

Time Passes
A night of installation, performance and sound presented by emerging artists.

Sunday and Monday night.
Location: Anita’s Theatre, 264-270 Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Thirroul
Tickets: $10/$20 at door. Includes a cup of soup and bites.
Licensed bar on premises.

Doors open at 6:30pm and close at 8:00pm.

6:30-8:00 Installation works, roving audience
8:00-8:45 Performance works, seated audience
9:00-9:45 Sound works, seated audience

All funds raised are donated to Fire Moves Away, an experiential performance recently accepted into the Vietnamese ‘Hue International Festival’.

Hope to see you there! Let’s see if we can’t integrate force ourselves into onto the dramatic canon.


Radio Interviews

May 14, 2010 Leave a comment

The lovely Katherine from FBI Radio has passed on to us the interviews we did about our Tiny Stadiums project, so we thought we’d put them up here for your ears to experience.
The first is us talking with Katherine about the project, the second also talked to Jack Barton, a researcher specialising in urban planning, about the implications and possibilities of Sexy New Urban Design Team…Erskineville.

Until I can figure out how to embed the interview files, here are the links if anyone is interested.

First Interview
Second Interview

Other than that, we have a lot of things in the works for the rest of the year. Next up in Time Passes, an event being held at Anita’s Theatre in Thirroul to raise money for the UOW show Fire Moves Away to go to the Hue International Festival. Come along and see, among other awesome things, Applespiel Take on a Classic.

As we head into the Winter months we’ll be working on something for Underbelly Arts Festival. More details of that next time.