National Play Festival - The Disability Slapstick Plan - Completed
at Darlinghurst Theatre Company Eternity Playhouse
Thursday, 22 March 2018 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM + Add to calendar22/03/2018 14:0022/03/2018 16:00Australia/SydneyNational Play Festival - The Disability Slapstick PlanNational Play Festival - The Disability Slapstick Plan Thursday, 22 March 2018 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Playwriting Australia XXXXXXXXXXXXXX Address Darlinghurst Theatre Company Eternity Playhouse 39 Burton Street Darlinghurst Sydney 2010 Australia We are looking forward to seeing you at the 2018 National Play Festival! This event is general admission. For information on how to get there visit- http://www.pwa.org.au/national-play-festival/venue-ticketing/ For Accessibility information visit - http://www.pwa.org.au/national-play-festival/venue-ticketing/ To book more National Play Festival Events visit -https://wwww.stickytickets.com.au/npf Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/64275/national_play_festival__the_disability_slapstick_plan.aspxDarlinghurst Theatre Company Eternity Playhouse
39 Burton Street
Darlinghurst Sydney 2010
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The Disability Slapstick Plan co-created by Betty Bobbitt, Jax Jaqui Brown, Trevor Dunn, Jonathan Haynes, Jess Kapuscinski-Evans, Eva Sifis and David Woods
A triple-decker narrative of unconventional comedic proportions that navigates the intricacies of access and inclusion. The Disability Slapstick Plan is a daring, funny, and complex work featuring artists with perceived physical disability. Examining the right to begin and end life from a polyphony of perspectives – euthanasia, sex, abortion, IVF, suicidal terrorism, and extremism.
About The Disability Slapstick Plan
Led by the Artistic Directors of Ridiculusmus, David Woods and Jonathan Haynes, and featuring an ensemble of four Melbourne artists with different physical abilities, The Disability Slapstick Plan began as an exploration of access. In response to the tokenistic ‘Disability Action Plans’ employed by companies required to stop disability discrimination, The Disability Slapstick Plan company occupied pavements, rammed wheelie bins and smiled at staircases in search of democracy in action.