Exodus

Exodus was the winner of the 2022 Horizon Festival Anywhere Award. Moving, engaging, emotional, inspirational! 2021 Audience member Inspired by the stories of local migrants, Exodus is a collectively-devised contemporary physical theatre performance that focuses on real and metaphorical migrations and raises the question: what unites people who decide to leave their native land? From…
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Diver.city Inside-Out

A celebration of diversity and multiculturalism in the Sunshine Coast. At a time when physical restrictions to connect with one’s place of birth are imposed by the current COVID-19 outbreak, fifty local migrants were invited to share their experiences of arriving in Australia & the Sunshine Coast and of being torn between two cultures. Their…
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Credit: Vlad da Cunha

Stories of Dis.place.ment

This project explored the theme of “displacement” in the Noosa shire through performing arts. This topic included discussing immigration, travel, exchange of cultures, and all kinds of “displacement” of people and nature in the region. D.I.V.E. Theatre Collective ran two free performing arts workshop based on this theme with people from the community (actors, singers,…
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Into the Light

Confronting and provocative on consumerism and social media. Physicality and movement was powerfully expressive. 2020 Audience member An immersive outdoor performance that delves into the world of connections and disconnections, light and darkness, where human reality is virtualised and virtual reality humanised.  Mixing physical theatre, dance, philosophy, literature, visual arts, music and digital media, it…
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Urban Twitters: Dis.connect.ed

Two-minute pieces on the streets of Noosa Junction – stories of love, hate, relationships, fragmented selves, connections and disconnections motivated by the life experiences of our performers, offering new perspectives on what it means to be oneself and the other in actual and cyberspace. Each scene brought something unique, be it humour, depth, sophistication, repulse, mockery,…
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Credit: Vlad da Cunha

Dis.connect.ed: A Short Documentary

What connects us to our cultural heritage? How do we make a deep connection to place and culture? Can we become disconnected from a place’s historic and social value for the past, present and future generations? Where do real space and cyberspace come together?  Funded by the Regional Development Arts Fund (a partnership between the…
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