Spent

Presented by the Paper Cut Collective.

Where When
Crack House 3rd October, 7.00pm – 7.45pm
Crack House 4th October, 4.00pm – 5.00pm

Using discarded receipts as its primary text, Spent combines movement and multimedia to explore notions of significance and narrative creation.

Sarah Coffee is a performer, deviser and researcher. She is an associate artist with live art collective Big One Little One and a core member of The Paper Cut Collective, an ensemble of emerging artists who create new work through collaborative processes.She is also a PhD candidate at the University of Newcastle, where she is writing feature articles about creativity and creative people.

Tamara Gazzard is a Newcastle-based performer, theatremaker and researcher. In 2012 she co-created and produced a new work The Past is a Foreign Country, a verbatim piece that explored notions of truth and authenticity in memory and history. She is currently completing a Master of Applied Theatre Studies and is a core member of The Paper Cut Collective, an ensemble of emerging artists who create new work through collaborative processes.

Lucy Shepherd is a theatremaker and performer. She studied at PACT Centre for Emerging Artists, and obtained Honours in Theatre and Performance from UNSW. Lucy is Associate Director at Newcastle’s Tantrum Theatre and a core member of The Paper Cut Collective, an ensemble of emerging artists who create new work through collaborative processes.

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