Give more children with disability extraordinary performing arts experiences

Performance dates & times

Wednesday 9 Oct
7:30 PM
Thursday 10 Oct
7:30 PM
Friday 11 Oct
7:30 PM
Saturday 12 Oct
2:30 PM, 7:30 PM
Sunday 13 Oct
2:30 PM
Tuesday 15 Oct
7:30 PM
Wednesday 16 Oct
7:30 PM
Thursday 17 Oct
7:30 PM*
Friday 18 Oct
7:30 PM
Saturday 19 Oct
2:30 PM, 7:30 PM
Sunday 20 Oct
2:30 PM

*Auslan interpreted performance. Please see the Notes section for more information.

Running Time 1 hour, no interval

Price range

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*All package prices are subject to availability and are applicable to A Reserve seating only.

Groups 8+*

*Concession and Group prices subject to availability in selected pricing reserves

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Five activists with intellectual disabilities stage a public meeting. Their goal: a frank and open conversation about a history we would prefer not to know and a future fast veering out of our control.

The ethics of mass food production, human rights, the social impact of automation and the projected dominance of artificial intelligence are here deftly woven into a compelling narrative that probes the unstable foundations upon which contemporary society is built. A theatrical revelation inspired by mistakes, misreadings, misleadings and misunderstanding, it is an unflinching reminder that none of us are self-sufficient and all of us are responsible.

Geelong-based Back to Back Theatre’s long association with Melbourne International Arts Festival includes 2016’s Lady Eats Apple, 2005’s small metal objects and the game-changing 2011 masterpiece Ganesh Versus the Third Reich. We’re thrilled to see what this world-leading company has in store with its latest creation.

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