The Set

Presented by Corrugated Iron Youth Arts


Where When
202, King St October 3rd – October 5th: 10.00am – 7.00pm
202, King St October 6th: 10.00am – 4.00pm
202, King St October 3rd – October 5th: 7.00pm – 7.20pm
202, King St October 6th: 4.00pm – 4.20pm

What makes the places that define you? A daily interactive installation that creates, explores and demolishes the world around us.

Cj Fraser-Bell is an aspiring theatre maker who has been working in the Darwin arts scene since 2010. A multi-disciplined practitioner jumping from performance to visual arts, writing, directing and production on a spattering of community and company productions, Cj has recently taken on a role as creative producer for her own work, collaborating with other emerging performance makers exploring the small lost places that lie on the fringes of our conscious, accessible only just before sleeping. Cj has worked for Tracks Dance, Corrugated Iron Youth Arts, Palmerston Festival, Woodford Folk Festival, The NT Writers’ Centre and Brown’s Mart Theatre.

Coco Meacham, an illustrator and mixed media artist, explores the peculiar and idiosyncratic voice of the little pudgy man that bashes away at the dusty typewriter in her mind. This transliteration often results in odd and amusing scenarios depicted with a deft hand leading to a rich visual tapestry. Co-creator of Sentenced Zine, which is released annually and features works by emerging artists from around Australia, Coco has also been involved in numerous group exhibitions in Sydney and Darwin as well as art installations and performances at festivals. She takes great satisfaction in being part of the process of a small illustration transforming into a tangible, three-dimensional work.

Danielle Andrews is an actor, writer, stand up comedian and children’s entertainer. Over the past 8 years she has contributed to works put on by Corrugated Iron Youth Arts, Fairy Lights Productions, Darwin Comedy Club and co-founded a punk cabaret act called Rock Candy. She currently works with the Starlight Children’s Foundation and runs her own business doing kids parties. She was recently inducted into the Darwin Comedy Hall of fame. And travelled to Sydney to perform in Tease a joint venture cabaret hosted by Corrugated Iron Youth Arts and Australian Theatre for Young People.

Katie Ciesiolka developed a keen interest in stage managing while finishing her high school diploma in 2011. After completing her studies she stage managed a number of local productions in late 2011 early 2012 including Corrugated Iron Youth Arts Prometheus and End of Semester Workshop Showcase, Darwin City Councils the Big Gig, Casuarina Senior Colleges Cabaret Random, NT School of Music’s The Beat. She was privileged to experience working backstage on Tracks Dance Festival Show Eight to Eighty: The Architecture of Age and the opportunity to assistant stage manage Kate Wyvil’s production of Marbles. Currently Katie is attending a youth event coordinators trainee program, Launch, through City of Darwin where she continues to gain new industry related skills.