MONDAY 10 SEPTEMBER
35 Erskineville Rd Erskineville
Part exploration of post-doctoral thesis, part joyous experiment of play, this workshop examines the role of voice in Scott-Patrick Mitchell’s PhD thesis An Ecology of Performance Poetry. Participants will examine how the body, the stage and the voice combine to provide a habitat for a living, breathing entity: the poem. More than anything though, this workshop is about being a little bit silly, having a whole lot of fun and discovering how play can add joyous elements to the performative voice.
Accessibility information for this event:
- This venue is wheelchair accessible via street entry. The festival sessions are in the basement performance space, which is accessible by elevator. The basement contains an upper mezzanine level (where the elevator and bathrooms are) and a lower seating level with access by stairs only.
- If required, the whole workshop can take place on the mezzanine level.
- There is an accessible ambulant toilet.
- Seating is chairs and/or lounges with back support, and you’re welcome to bring additional comfort items along.
- Food and drinks are available through the cafe’s regular menu. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten/lactose free options will be available.
- Alcohol will be available.
- First Aid will be available on site.
- Disposable earplugs will not be available.
- Written notes are available from the presenter upon request.
- An Auslan interpreter will not be present.