Arts for All Appeal

Performance dates & times

Friday 19 Aug
6:00 PM
Saturday 20 Aug
10:30 AM
1:00 PM*

*Relaxed Performance - please see Notes for more information.

All performances of Creation Creation are Auslan Interpreted - please see Notes for more information.

Running Time 50 minutes (no interval)


Children under the age of 15 must be under the supervision of a responsible adult (18 years of age or older) at all times.

How did we get here? Are aliens real? And is it possible to lick your elbow?

Based on interviews with members of the community aged between 8 – 102, Creation Creation is a comedy about life’s biggest mysteries.

Two fearless creators will step onto the stage and attempt to unravel the mysteries of the universe using whatever tools are at their disposal. Cardboard boxes become battleships and ping pong balls become planets in a hilarious explosion of art, sculpture and puppetry.

A daring and audacious journey to the very edge of the universe and back again. It’s a wild, theatrical experiment for the curious among us.

A note for audiences

As part of developing Creation Creation, over 50 people were asked ‘what big mystery would you like an answer to?’, with answers sourced from both experts and the general public. The performance tackles some big questions, including ‘how did the world begin?’, ‘is there other life in the universe?’, ‘how are babies made?’, ‘what does dying feel like?’, and ‘what will life on earth be like in 1000 years?’. Each question and answer is played out by the performers in a gentle, moving and fun way. Viewer discretion is advised, viewer curiosity is recommended.


Book with confidence

For tickets booked through Arts Centre Melbourne, if a performance is cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19, you can receive a full refund. Tickets can also be exchanged for another performance date, subject to availability.


Cast and Creatives

Rosemary Myers
Co-Creator, Director
Roslyn Oades
Co-Creator, Audioscript, Interviews
Jonathon Oxlade
Co-Creator, Designer, Performer
Fleur Elise Noble
Co-Creator, Designer, Performer
Harry Covill
Chris Petridis
Lighting Designer, Technical Designer
Carol Wellman Kelly
Movement Director
Georgi Paech
Interview & Research Assistant
Jessica Clark
Portrait Photographer
Dan Cleasby
Auslan Interpreter

A Windmill Theatre Company Production.
Windmill Theatre Co is supported by the Government of South Australia and the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.

This relaxed performance has been made possible by the generous support of Anne and Mark Robertson OAM.

  • Windmill Theatre Co
  • Government of South Australia
  • The Australian Council for the Arts

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