Project ’84: Part One
|Friday 3rd October 8pm||The Crack House|
|Saturday 4th October 9pm||The Crack House|
An interactive exploration of an Orwellian inspired future, performed spontaneously through precise, synchronized instructions delivered to participants’ mobiles.
Created by Epiphany Now.
Presented by Crack Theatre Festival under the Setting the Stages initiative, with the support of the Australia Council for the Arts through the Creative Australia Emerging Presenter grant.
Grant Moxom is an interactive media artist with a love of video games and analogue signals. Drawing upon his background in IT, a BSc in Psychology and a Ba with Honours in Performance Studies, Grant Moxom’s work explores the fears and fascinations of an increasingly digital world.
Felicty Nicol: A director and theatre-maker who’s created site-specific work in a moving car, a classroom and a kitchen and directed at The Opera House. A graduate of the NIDA Directing course, Felicity is particularly interested in challenging the audience’s role in theatre and inciting social activation.
Melissa Lee Speyer is an emerging playwright, screenwriter and dramaturg who is passionate about making politically relevant theatre that reflects the hopes, fears and issues of our time.