Fear ex­plored on stage

Southern Telegraph - - Lifestyle - Ce­cilia Allen

Man­durah Per­form­ing Arts Cen­tre and a team of cir­cus theatre artists will join forces to open the WA Re­gional Arts Sum­mit next week.

Cre­ated by MAXIMA, in co-pro­duc­tion with Man­durah Per­form­ing Arts Cen­tre, FEAR­LESS com­bines cir­cus, theatre, shadow pup­petry and clown­ing in an ex­cit­ing cir­cus theatre spec­tac­u­lar to kick off the sum­mit at Board­walk Theatre next Thurs­day.

FEAR­LESS tells the story of a fam­ily of foxes sail­ing across the seas. Through­out the show, the au­di­ence wit­nesses the fam­ily’s dark­est se­crets and scari­est mo­ments before step­ping onto shore ready to face a new fu­ture.

FEAR­LESS speaks about timely is­sues around the need for us as a com­mu­nity to fear less. The show fea­tures more than 20 emerg­ing artists from Pulse Pro­duc­tions and the Man­durah com­mu­nity.

It opens on Oc­to­ber 12 at 5.45pm, with shows on Oc­to­ber 14 at 7.30pm and Oc­to­ber 15 at 6.30pm. The WA Re­gional Arts Sum­mit is a four-day event com­pris­ing work­shops, pan­els, net­work­ing and art show­cas­ing.

Visit coun­tr­yartswa.asn.au for the full pro­gram.

Pic­ture: Gib­son Nolte

FEAR­LESS com­bines cir­cus, theatre, shadow pup­petry and clown­ing.

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