Woven respectfully acknowledges the Yalukit Wilam Clan of the Boon Wurrung. Woven Pay's its Respects to elders both past and present. Woven, acknowledges and up holds their continuing relationship to this land.
Debuting Artistic Director/ Producer and Inclusion Worker Melody Shotade with much community support is please to present Woven Theatre Project.
After working in inclusive arts for initiatives such as Roarhouse Melbourne and participating in other amazing local community projects within the City of Port Phillip Melody has been blessed with an amazingly powerful and intuitive collective of local performers.
Woven is being devised over a duration of 6 weeks with the support of local performers, and narrators, Inclusive Arts Practitioner Nilgun Guven, Choreographer Trudy Radburn, Sound Producer Lisa Greenaway AKA LAPKAT and Artist Support Marjetka- Krizanic.
Woven Theatre Performance is a presentation of textured work. It's safe, inclusive, intuitive, interactive and sensory in nature. Based primarily on a locally inspired love story, the tale has evolved and taken from its roots into, a boarder universal context.
The piece involves an outdoor sound installation. A sensory gift for everyone live and pre recorded narrative, Audio Description and music. Woven Theatre Project is pleased to announce a free community performance.
Woven is a Roving performance asks to respect the outdoor environment and to be involved in the performance but also respectful of each other within the creative space.
This project has been supported by The City of Port Phillip through the Cultural Development Fund.