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QuitFlicks voting

Vote for 'Quit Together' or another favourite QuitFlicks entry here! Voting ends 5pm 2nd of Feb 2020.

Fragments by Maura Pierlot | The Street Theatre

Raw and real. Follow eight young people as they try to find hope and their sense of self in the face of adversity. Tickets available now.

Award-winning Canberra-based author and playwright Maura Pierlot fashions a riveting set of eight dramatic, interrelated stories about mental health voiced by young people chipping away at the stigma that prevents many people from seeking help. Returning to The Street director Shelly Higgs leads an exciting ensemble of next-gen Canberra actors in this beautifully realised exploration of connectedness. Theatre that will make you think and get you talking.

ANU Theatre Awards 2019 Tickets

The ANU Theatre Awards is a celebration of all things theatre from the year that has been.

You are invited to attend the awards on Friday the 18th of October 7pm - 11pm at Psychedeli.

There will be a bar tab and canapes provided (note: this is not a full dinner!), along with award presentations, DJ, photo booth, performances and more!

Break My Life Into Pieces – The Street Theatre’s Fragments gives voice to the personal-yet-universal struggles of mod...

Article by Jessica Conway.
The Street Theatre’s upcoming production Fragments is set to be a powerful and emotive show fuelled by Canberra’s next generation of actors.  The insightful script is the latest offering from local author and playwright Maura Pierlot, with eight intertwining stories giving a voice to struggles that can be so personal, yet somehow universal.

Belconnen Arts Centre | Workshops | Making Theatre

A four-day intensive workshop for 13-17 year olds who are eager to make their own theatre on their own terms.

Stories from the Future - Apply Now! · Diversity Arts Australia

Are you a culturally diverse creative, arts worker, performer, writer, director or artist of any art form?

Join us for a free workshop series to imagine a future where cultural diversity is present at every level in the arts!

Casting Networks

Casting Networks profile.


Photos, videos, audio clips, physical attributes and credits & experience of Linda Chen - Actor, Extra and Model based in ACT, Australia


Linda Chen's Showcast profile.

Keep the Vibe Alive film comp winners revealed Sam and Millie tie for the trophy

The results of the 2019 Melbourne Queer Film Festival (MQFF) Keep the Vibe Alive film competition are in – it’s a draw between Fuming created by Sam McGowan and The Third Wheel by Millie Hayes!

Third Wheel by Millie Hayes

The Third Wheel by Millie Hayes is one of the finalists in Quit Victoria and MQFF's Keep the Vibe Alive competition. Voting is open from 18 January to 5 February!

Beyond The Second Woman: road movie challenges ideas of female identity | The Guardian

Nat Randall and Anna Breckon take endurance theatre to cinema, with a film that quotes dialogue from hundreds of others in a quest to redefine femininity.

Shallow streams of consciousness

'...the fact that it was clearly taken as a single shot, together with the intensity of the performances, makes it unexpectedly absorbing... it is worth giving the work time, because in the end we see how this too is a reflection on human life in the age of media.'

Christopher Allen examines recent exhibitions including The Theatre is Lying as a response to relations with the internet and modern media.

Theatre is Lying is a welcome response to fake news and alternative facts

Review: Theatre is Lying, ACCA, Melbourne.

Through animation, video, light and sound, Theatre is Lying exposes how visual art, performance and theatrical devices can interrogate what is real and what is not.

They're lying yet telling the truth at ACCA

'The 90-minute video by Anna Breckon and Nat Randall at ACCA called Rear View stretches time and patience in the same way that confinement in a car induces fatigue... the film is gripping because you wonder if something is about to happen in the strange intimacy you're witnessing.'

A new show at ACCA explores what's real and what's not.

The Theatre Is Lying | The Saturday Paper

'...This 90-minute durational performance work riffs on the history of cinema and the road movie. Randall and co-star Linda Chen are captured, frozen in a convertible that appears to be in perpetual transit.'

In The Theatre Is Lying, curated by Max Delany and Annika Kristensen for ACCA, artists interrogate the meaning of theatre and performance.

The Theatre is Lying at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art

15 December 2018 - 24 March 2019
ACCA is pleased to present the inaugural Macfarlane Commissions, a new multi-year partnership designed to support the production and presentation of ambitious new projects by contemporary artists. The Theatre is Lying is the first in this series of exhibitions. Click through for more details.