Artsday / Outdated ‘Rabbit’ play has a contemporary twist
Arts editor HELEN MUSA recordsdata her newest “Artsday” column of arts information from across the city.
CHILD Gamers ACT, Director Belinda (BJ) Anyos, are performing “The Velveteen Rabbit – How Toys Turn out to be Actual” to a rating carried out and recorded by Susan West. Written 100 years in the past, it’s related to the time because it tells the story of a younger boy struck down with Scarlet fever and solely having his toys for firm because of “isolation”. Belconnen Neighborhood Theatre, 11am and 2pm, October 5-8.
Within the theatres
- “CRUEL Intentions: The ’90s Musical” sees the cult basic 1999 movie become a jukebox musical. Canberra Theatre, October 5-8.
- “ELEMENTAL” by Warehouse Circus contains a huge solid of younger circus performers. Avenue Theatre in Civic, October 5-8.
- EVERYMAN Theatre is staging “Stunning Factor” by Jonathan Harvey, set in the summertime of 1993 in Margaret Thatcher’s London. ACT Hub, Kingston, October 5-15.
- “SOUL Buying and selling” is Kate Walder’s sci-fi play that asks the large questions on our relationship with know-how. Canberra Youth Theatre on the Courtyard Studio, Canberra Theatre, October 5-8.
- “ROALD Dahl and the Creativeness Seekers” is coming to Tuggeranong Arts Centre October 6-8. Particularly made for ages six and up, the present is immersive, involving video games and imaginative play.
- YOUNG pianist Charles Huang seems in his sixth recital within the Wesley Lunchtime collection to carry out Bach and Beethoven. Wesley Music Centre, 12.40pm-1.20pm, Wednesday, October 5.
- MUSIC lovers can carry lunch and revel in to a free stay music occasion led by academics Jess Inexperienced and Llewellyn Osbourne from the ANU Open Faculty of Music’s Women Jazz program. ANU Faculty of Artwork & Design Gallery, ANU Constructing 105, 1pm-1.30pm, Wednesday, October 5, all welcome.
- MUSICA Viva has Israeli mandolinist Avi Avital, Russian pianist Konstantin Shamray and Italian cellist Giovanni Sollima presenting 4 centuries of conventional Salento, Bulgarian, Turkish, Sephardic and Macedonian music. Llewellyn Corridor, 7pm, Wednesday, October 5.
- GEOFF’S Jazz at Smiths options native heroes Miroslav Bukovsky, John Mackey, Mark Sutton, Lachlan Coventry and Greg Stott. Smith’s Different 7pm, October 5.
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Ian Meikle, editor