Julie and Miff here at TRAMP HQ are excited to announce that tickets to The Disappearance Project at the Judith Wright Centre are on sale now!
The Helpmann Award-winning ensemble (This Kind of Ruckus) version 1.0 comes to the Judith Wright Centre this July with their extraordinary production The Disappearances Project. Exploring the effects of long-term missing persons cases on family members and communities drawn from years of police investigations and research, The Disappearances Project looks at what happens to the “left-behind.’
Do they hope or do they grieve? How do they navigate their everyday existence? Version 1.0 quietly traces the edges of this void, shedding light on the emotional journeys of those left behind.
As many of you will know, Julie’s research was utilised in the crafting of this script and the production promises to be a unique and moving experience.
Here’s what the critics are saying:
“The Disappearances Project is a compelling piece of theatre, unorthodox enough to generate unwavering interest yet believable enough to be deeply relatable. In the final blackout, the fraction of a second’s hesitation before applause signified the audience’s lingering entrenchment before surfacing for breath. There’s no substitute for witnessing genuinely original live theatre; what a privilege!”
Courtney J Pascoe, aussietheatre.com
“This is far from a bleak production, despite its painful subject. I can’t recall an hour in the theatre going by more quickly, driven by the poetry of the text, the quality of the performances and the sounds and images in which they are framed”.
David Zampatti, The West Australian
Click here to purchase tickets from the Judith Wright Centre
Tickets range in price from $25 (student) to $35 (full price), for evening performances on 3rd, 5th and 6th July with a matinee performance on the 4th July.
Alternatively, our event coordinators at e-Kiddna are offering the purchase of tickets via their website.
We would love it if you’d join us for our VIP event which coincides with the official opening night of The Disappearances Project on Thursday 5th July. Even if you’re not attending the Missing People Conference, you can still purchase a $55 VIP ticket to the conference social event which includes:
- your ticket to The Disappearances Project
- entry into the exclusive VIP event at the Judith Wright Centre Shopfront
- drinks and light canapés, and
- optional bus transfers to and from the Logan Campus, Griffith University and the Judith Wright Centre.
Click here to purchase your VIP ticket, or if you’d like to simply purchase a theatre ticket for the reduced group rate of $30
Julie and I would be thrilled to see you there.
More news to follow . . . . . . . . . . . Miff Trevor
Theatre Raising Awareness of Missing People (T.R.A.M.P.)
Masters of Social Work (Q) student on field placement
Ph: 07 3382 1124 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org