“Not All Who Wander are Lost”

DreamBIG Festival Big Family Weekend

Sat 25 and Sun 26 May

North Terrace Precinct

“Soundscapes of our Memories” performance at City of Onkaparinga “Harmony Day” – 6:30pm on Friday 22nd March

I Forgot to Remember to Forget

 

I Forgot to Remember to Forget

I Forgot to Remember to Forget - Presented by No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability in association with Adelaide Festival Centre

For the first time in Adelaide after a sell-out season at the True Colours Festival in Singapore 2018. An exciting collaboration co-created by performers from No Strings Attached who share their own lived experiences of acquiring a disability through illness, injury or birth.

With touching insight, I Forgot to Remember to Forget explores resilience, how we deal with and accept change, how sometimes we have to re-learn everything and how sometimes we forget it all. It is a reminder of our responsibility as friends, family and a society to remember the value and place of the individual in community, even when they themselves might not remember any more. Simply beautiful.

“This is a work that has been gently and delicately brought to life and the result is a deeply touching and enchanting piece of theatre.” Shona Benson

Devised, Written and Directed by Alirio Zavarce

Created in collaboration with Michaela Cantwell, Kathryn Hall, Cassie Litchfield, Kym Mackenzie and Duncan Luke

 

 

He Loves Me, She Loves Me Not

 

“He loves me, She loves me not is all about relationships: isolation, separation, community perceptions and taboos. Its an exploration of relationships and disability. A lot of our participants dream of having a relationship in their lives, having a partner, some dream about getting married while others wish they could be parents.  The single scene can be hard for all of us but when you have a disability it becomes even harder.   
 
This piece seeks to tackle questions like: How do people with disability create meaningful connections and relationships? How do they fulfill their needs as adults? What is the role of disability in sexuality (and vice versa)? And what about love and understanding and vulnerability? What is the role of society in supporting and helping to navigate all of this?