Evonne’s story on stage | Canberra CityNews

“Sunshine Tremendous Woman”… The Q, November 2-5.

The who, what, the place, when column of Canberra arts. It’s HELEN MUSA’s “Arts within the Metropolis”.

“SUNSHINE Tremendous Woman” is tennis legend Evonne Goolagong’s story, written and directed by Andrea James. The play, a couple of lady from the bush who dared to dream, will probably be at The Q, Queanbeyan, November 2-5.

“SHORTCUTS to Acquainted Locations”, which has simply completed its world-premiere season in Berlin, is the work of Canberra-raised dance artist James Batchelor and performer Chloe. They primarily based it on their dance instructor Ruth Osborne, who was educated within the strategies of dance pioneer Gertrud Bodenwieser. 

Rebus Theatre… “Utopiate”, Belconnen Arts Centre, November 4, 5 and 12.

REBUS Theatre is staging a brand new work to problem perceptions of disability-led theatre. “Utopiate”, an intergalactic odyssey to a planet with out ache, is devised and carried out by a mixed-ability forged and brings collectively dialogue, bodily theatre, soundscapes and visible design. Belconnen Arts Centre, November 4, 5 and 12.

“Parijatham”… Gungahlin Faculty Theatre, November 6.

SADHANALAYA College of Arts will current “Parijatham”, a Kuchipudi traditional created by the late guru Vempati Chinna Satyam. Led by Vanaja Dasika, it tells of Krishna’s dilemma as to which of his woman loves ought to obtain the divine Parijatha flower. Gungahlin Faculty Theatre, 2.30pm and 5.30pm, Sunday, November 6.

AS a part of Canberra Artwork Biennial, Alison Plevey’s Australian Dance Occasion is staging two lake cruises with guided walks linking to structure, historical past and pure atmosphere, in addition to three dance and music performances by Yolanda Lowatta, Levente Szabo, Liam Budge and Stefanie Lekkas. It’s operating 10.30am-2.30pm, October 28 and November 5. 

COMEDIAN Joe Avati is bringing his twenty fifth Anniversary present, “25 Dwell: Have Some Respect”, to The Hellenic Membership, Woden, November 4. He tackles testy matters overlaying cancel tradition and the woke technology.