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Paradise Lots

Ever dreamed of performing? Production? Writing? Now’s your chance.  

Drum Theatre are teaming up with experimental theatre company, Pony Cam to transform an urban car park for a performance like no other.

Half party, half maze - Paradise Lots is a community-driven performance project that transforms a multi-storey carpark into a large-scale performance space for a group of young people. Over six weeks, Pony Cam will collaborate with a creative network of young artists, helping them to develop their own stories and challenging theatrical forms.

Expressions of Interest are open for people aged 15-21 from the South Eastern suburbs to partake in Paradise Lots. We need actors, dancers, content creators, writers, skaters, dancers and more.

Key information

Successful applicants will need to be available for the below rehearsal and production time frames. Exact times to be determined.

Rehearsal Dates- Monday 28 March - Monday 9 May 2022 (six hours per week)

Production Week- Monday 9 May – Sunday 15 May 2022 (three shows and a rehearsal day)

How do I complete submit an Expressions of Interest?

To register your Expressions of Interest, please fill out the form below,  

Register now

If you need assistance filling in the Expressions of Interest form, please contact Drum Theatre via email drumtheatre@cgd.vic.gov.au or telephone 8571 1666.

The City of Greater Dandenong supports diversity and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people living with a disability and people from the LGBTIQA+ community.  

About Pony Cam  

Pony Cam is a multi-award-winning, contemporary theatre company based in Melbourne. They explore the creative intersection between performance community-driven processes. They elevate unheard voices, and challenge assumptions we make about those around us.

“Paradise Lots is a work expertly crafted to give them autonomy and power over the adults in their audience. This is a rare event and exhilarating to experience.” Morgan Rose (Riot Stage)

“Working with Pony Cam opened my eyes to the possibilities of live theatre… having watched my Dad experience Paradise Lots, there really is no better way to move, provoke and challenge an audience” Ludomir Kemp-Mykyta (Paradise Lots, 2021 Cast)  

 

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