GETTING THE JOB DONE

At KXT we are committed to showcasing diversity and building gender equity…

We’ve had a bunch of women-led teams at KXT over the past 2 and a half years. Today’s spotlight is on:

  PHOTO CREDIT: Indiana Kwong

PHOTO CREDIT: Indiana Kwong

A GIRL IS A HALF-FORMED THING by Annie Ryan | Presented by Brevity Theatre

Performed by Ella Prince Directed by Erin Taylor
Produced by Emma Diaz Design by Isabel Hudson Sound by Clemmie Williams Lighting by Veronique Bennett Assistant Directed by Rebecca Blake

Jason Blake, Audrey Journal: "AN ABSOLUTE TOUR DE FORCE…A powerhouse performance pulls the audience into a young woman's turbulent stream of consciousness” 

 

Jatinga by Purva Naresh | Presented by bAKEHOUSE Theatre

This work was developed in association with AAWC, Mumbai-based NGO that works with the victims of sex-trafficking, and grew out of director Suzanne Millar’s work with the org to raise awareness around the global issues of modern day slavery. Developed in partnership with multiple Mubai-based theatre companies, included leading light RAGE Theatre, supported by Shernaz Patel, and inspired by the young women of Kamathipura.

Cast: Sapna Bhavnani, Karina Bracken, Claudette Clarke, Faezeh Jalali, Sheila Kumar, Suz Mawer, Bali Padda, Monroe Reimers, Trishala Sharma, Teresa Tate Britten, Amrik Tumber. 

  PHOTO CREDIT: Natasha Narula

PHOTO CREDIT: Natasha Narula

“Epic” SMH

“Haunting... visionary... Modern and mythical India, alive in Kings Cross. Amazing.” Kevin Jackson

“For one of our smallest companies to reach out so far beyond themselves to make a difference in the world is remarkable” Cassie Tongue, Time Out

 

Transcience by Clare Hennessey | presented by Left of Centre

Director Clemence Williams; Producer Georgie Adamson; With Kurt Pimblett, Julia Christensen and Eve Beck.

  PHOTO CREDIT: Liam O'Keefe

PHOTO CREDIT: Liam O'Keefe

Back in September 2016, Clemmie Williams led a powerhouse team on a new play from Left of Centre: a story of gender, friendship and chambray jumpsuits, that asks what and who we're willing to compromise to belong. What would Manu do?

And of course… Invisible Circus, a wonderful month with the women destroying the joint; showcasing the work of women who are getting the job done

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answers the recent question of “Where are the women in theatre?” with a firm and confident “Here we are.” This production is a bright shining example of women who have been, and continue to, work in theatre and can create in a non-tokenistic way.
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