DARAMALAN Theatre Company always has something to challenge the mind and the imagination — just the sort of thing young artists should be doing.
Its latest production, “Installation Ark,” has involved both its visual and performing arts departments in collaboration with students and teachers to present a challenging work of performance, multi-media and visual arts displays.
Dance, drama and music are all “woven into a large fabric of installations focused on the theme of what it is to be human.”
And not just that, philosophy, history, science, religion and art are combined so that instead of sitting down to watch a play, “Installation Ark” will invite the audience to tour throughout “an interstellar museum.”
It’s based on a science fiction model, of course, but it promises much more, with cameos from Joan Of Arc, Ann Frank, a young Adolf Hitler, Marilyn Monroe, mythological creatures (aren’t all
“Installation Ark,” at McCowage Hall, Daramalan College, 8pm, until Saturday October 26. Café opens at 7.30 for pre-show entertainment.
The production will require the audience to walk around and through the space. Tickets are limited. However, seating is not designated. If you will require wheelchair access phone the Producer, Joe Woodward, on 6245 6351.