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Performance Date: May 2024


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About the Show

Dive deep into the enigmatic essence of love’s in-between spaces with Amor, a newly devised physical theatre spectacle brought to life by D.I.V.E. Theatre Collective.

Amor explores love’s subtle nuances. Within a mesmerising visual and sound landscape, our multicultural ensemble takes its place at the crossroads of love and its polar opposites. Love meets anger, compassion faces indifference, and courage dances with fear—these extremes converge in a captivating display that’s as thought-provoking as it is emotionally stirring.

Every person holds a love story, and Amor leads the audience on a journey into their own narrative. It incites reflection on what separates one from others and what binds us all together in the collective story of humanity.

This production shatters traditional boundaries with D.I.V.E’s unique blend of movement, visual poetry, and compelling narratives. In a non-conventional theatre setting without stages or seats, the spectators are invited to stand alongside the performers, embarking on a truly visceral and emotional experience.

As we challenge conventions and approach love from diverse angles, Amor beckons the audience to explore the depths of love’s in-betweenness, asking: What do you love? How do you love? Do you really love? Is love what you feel or what you are told to feel? What is your journey, and is it ever too late to rediscover the enchantment of love again?

Director: Cesar Genaro

Performing Artists: Bella Wanwei Liu, Mary Eggleston, Megan O’Hare, Valentina Ayala

Creative Producer: Priscila Da Cunha


10, 11, 17, 18 May at 7:00 pm

15 May at 11:00 am


The Black Box Theatre at the Old Ambulance Station (80 Howard St., Nambour)


$29 (concession) / $35

Terms and Conditions: Before buying your ticket, please carefully review the Ticketing Terms and Conditions.

Please Note: The audience is required to stand for the duration of the performance. Please see the Accessibility Note below for more details.

Plan Your Visit

Run Time

60 minutes with no intermission.

Bar Service

The Old Ambo bar will be open from 6 pm. We invite you to arrive earlier for a drink and to enjoy the current Old Ambo Art Gallery exhibition. You are also welcome to stay a bit longer for an informal chat with the cast after the show.

Accessibility and Seating Arrangement

The audience is required to stand for the duration of the performance. Amor is a wandering performance that takes place inside a black box theatre space. There are no seats; audience members are asked to walk a short distance following the actors and to stand during the show (around 60 minutes). We strongly encourage you to move around the performance space for the best vantage points – our volunteers will guide you to the best spots for each scene. Priority seating will be provided for those who need it. Seats are limited. Please email [email protected] to request priority seating.

Wheelchairs – The show and the theatre are fully accessible for patrons who remain in their wheelchairs. 

Companion Card – D.I.V.E. Theatre Collective is an affiliate of the Queensland Government’s Companion Card program. D.I.V.E. Theatre Collective provides Companion Card holders with a second ticket for their chosen companion at no cost. The cardholder must provide their companion card details when making a booking and present a valid ID card at the venue. Companion card tickets are available to book through our website.


Access to the Black Box Theatre is via the Old Ambulance Station’s main entrance at 80 Howard St., Nambour.


Limited street parking is available around the Old Ambulance Station building. There is street parking on the corner of Howard and Sydney Streets. To secure a spot, we recommend arriving earlier to allow time to find a parking space.


Recommended for audiences 15+.

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