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We talk with theatre and dance artists, academics, critics, about ideas. We're based between Melbourne and Berlin, Zagreb and Brussels. We sometimes swear. (For more information, please visit the official website, audiostage.guerrillasemiotics.com.)
 
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We talk with theatre and dance artists, academics, critics, about ideas. We're based between Melbourne and Berlin, Zagreb and Brussels. We sometimes swear. (For more information, please visit the official website, audiostage.guerrillasemiotics.com.)
 
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“When you’re trying to deconstruct the dominant structures, it’s not going to happen politely, is it?” – Jade Lillie Welcome to the final episode of the season on race, womanhood, and belonging – and you’re in for a real treat. To close a season created in partnership with Footscray Community Arts Centre, we speak with two head ladies of FCAC a ...…
 
“When you’re trying to deconstruct the dominant structures, it’s not going to happen politely, is it?” – Jade Lillie Welcome to the final episode of the season on race, womanhood, and belonging – and you’re in for a real treat. To close a season created in partnership with Footscray Community Arts Centre, we speak with two head ladies of FCAC a ...…
 
“In Timor, in the school, we have to learn about the Portuguese language, because it’s the official language, in our country.” “That’s not your mother tongue, is it? What’s your language?” “Makasai. And my husband’s is Fataluku.” “Can you two understand each other?” “Yes.” “And what language do you speak at home?” “Tetum.” In the fourth episode ...…
 
“In Timor, in the school, we have to learn about the Portuguese language, because it’s the official language, in our country.” “That’s not your mother tongue, is it? What’s your language?” “Makasai. And my husband’s is Fataluku.” “Can you two understand each other?” “Yes.” “And what language do you speak at home?” “Tetum.” In the fourth episode ...…
 
“Hollywood is the great value-dictator of our time.” – Amos Gebhardt The third episode of our season on belonging and exclusion is here, and this month we are conversing across many disciplines, and setting a record with the number of voices featured. Our guests are writer and performer Candy Bowers, artist and filmmaker Amos Gebhardt, and play ...…
 
“Hollywood is the great value-dictator of our time.” – Amos Gebhardt The third episode of our season on belonging and exclusion is here, and this month we are conversing across many disciplines, and setting a record with the number of voices featured. Our guests are writer and performer Candy Bowers, artist and filmmaker Amos Gebhardt, and play ...…
 
“Familiarity with suffering makes you very strong.” – Paola Balla In the second episode of our season on belonging and exclusion, created in partnership with FCAC, cross-disciplinary performance artist Carly Sheppard and PhD researcher, artist and curator extraordinaire Paola Balla speak about Australian Aboriginal women’s perspective on inters ...…
 
“Familiarity with suffering makes you very strong.” – Paola Balla In the second episode of our season on belonging and exclusion, created in partnership with FCAC, cross-disciplinary performance artist Carly Sheppard and PhD researcher, artist and curator extraordinaire Paola Balla speak about Australian Aboriginal women’s perspective on inters ...…
 
“I wasn’t prepared to be anybody’s mother. I was prepared to be a revolutionary.” – Elaine Brown Welcome to season five of Audio Stage, a very special season for us. For this season, we collaborate with Footscray Community Arts Centre to bring you a series of conversations by black women about belonging and self. We have wanted to do this for a ...…
 
“I wasn’t prepared to be anybody’s mother. I was prepared to be a revolutionary.” – Elaine Brown Welcome to season five of Audio Stage, a very special season for us. For this season, we collaborate with Footscray Community Arts Centre to bring you a series of conversations by black women about belonging and self. We have wanted to do this for a ...…
 
“We’re just a whole group of people swirling around together, trying to get on with our lives, not knowing that we’ve been traumatised.” – Matthew Todd Our final episode of season four, #queer, takes us to London, where we speak to the author of perhaps the most extraordinary book of 2016: Matthew Todd. Matthew Todd is a sometimes stand-up come ...…
 
“We’re just a whole group of people swirling around together, trying to get on with our lives, not knowing that we’ve been traumatised.” – Matthew Todd Our final episode of season four, #queer, takes us to London, where we speak to the author of perhaps the most extraordinary book of 2016: Matthew Todd. Matthew Todd is a sometimes stand-up come ...…
 
“We try to pose ourselves impossible questions.” – Emma Valente In the episode four of season four, on queer performance, Jana and Beth are joined by the extraordinary Emma Valente of the performance collective The Rabble. Self-described as “an on-going conversation between its Artistic Directors Kate Davis and Emma Valente about aesthetic, spa ...…
 
“We try to pose ourselves impossible questions.” – Emma Valente In the episode four of season four, on queer performance, Jana and Beth are joined by the extraordinary Emma Valente of the performance collective The Rabble. Self-described as “an on-going conversation between its Artistic Directors Kate Davis and Emma Valente about aesthetic, spa ...…
 
“Maybe doing nothing for a while is the best way an activist, an artist, or an academic can do anything.” – Matthew Day In our last episode of season three, on dance and value, Jana and Beth are back in the studio together, this time joined by co-host Audrey Schmidt, to talk with choreographer Matthew Day about affect, physical touch, and how w ...…
 
“Maybe doing nothing for a while is the best way an activist, an artist, or an academic can do anything.” – Matthew Day In our last episode of season three, on dance and value, Jana and Beth are back in the studio together, this time joined by co-host Audrey Schmidt, to talk with choreographer Matthew Day about affect, physical touch, and how w ...…
 
“We talk a lot about white guilt, and it is a real phenomenon. … That guilt is kind of like the wages of privilege. But I’m interested in reframing it through my work, not as guilt, but as shame. Which is a different thing. It is a profoundly different thing.” – Sarah-Jane Norman In the fourth episode of season three, we discuss the politically ...…
 
“We talk a lot about white guilt, and it is a real phenomenon. … That guilt is kind of like the wages of privilege. But I’m interested in reframing it through my work, not as guilt, but as shame. Which is a different thing. It is a profoundly different thing.” – Sarah-Jane Norman In the fourth episode of season three, we discuss the politically ...…
 
“The weird thing is that LGBTIQ exists as a category of being, that’s designated by mainstream culture, when actually it’s unbelievably fragmented. And there’s so much intra-group conflict because everyone actually has really, really different aims, and different objectives, and their struggle doesn’t mirror that of the other groups at all.” – ...…
 
“The weird thing is that LGBTIQ exists as a category of being, that’s designated by mainstream culture, when actually it’s unbelievably fragmented. And there’s so much intra-group conflict because everyone actually has really, really different aims, and different objectives, and their struggle doesn’t mirror that of the other groups at all.” – ...…
 
“Artists lack political education.” – Bojana Cveji? In the third episode of season three, on the price and value in dance, we speak with Bojana Cveji?, performance theorist and dramaturg extraordinaire. With degrees in musicology and philosophy, Bojana works with performance-makers and choreographers ranging from Jan Ritsema to Xavier Le Roy, a ...…
 
“Artists lack political education.” – Bojana Cveji? In the third episode of season three, on the price and value in dance, we speak with Bojana Cveji?, performance theorist and dramaturg extraordinaire. With degrees in musicology and philosophy, Bojana works with performance-makers and choreographers ranging from Jan Ritsema to Xavier Le Roy, a ...…
 
“Feminism is still, in most circles, seen as radical… What you’re really saying is, misogyny is equatable with normativity.” – Rachel Perks And the fourth season of Audio Stage continues with the question: queer? What is queer? What is not queer? How does queer exist in performance? How does queer performance exist in the world? What is its pol ...…
 
“Feminism is still, in most circles, seen as radical… What you’re really saying is, misogyny is equatable with normativity.” – Rachel Perks And the fourth season of Audio Stage continues with the question: queer? What is queer? What is not queer? How does queer exist in performance? How does queer performance exist in the world? What is its pol ...…
 
“I remember the first time I went to a funding meeting, and the guy who was responsible said: “Can’t you get a boyfriend without a festival?” – Zvonimir Dobrovi? And it’s time for a new season of Audio Stage! The question we are asking is: queer? What is queer? What is not queer? How does queer exist in performance? How does queer performance e ...…
 
“I remember the first time I went to a funding meeting, and the guy who was responsible said: “Can’t you get a boyfriend without a festival?” – Zvonimir Dobrovi? And it’s time for a new season of Audio Stage! The question we are asking is: queer? What is queer? What is not queer? How does queer exist in performance? How does queer performance e ...…
 
“I have not seen anything in the US as extreme as what I have seen [in Australia] in the past week.” – Deborah Jowitt In the second episode of season three, Angela, Jana, and Beth speak to Deborah Jowitt, legendary dance critic and the idol of everyone in the room. A long-term critical columnist for The Village Voice (1967-2011), Jowitt has cre ...…
 
“I have not seen anything in the US as extreme as what I have seen [in Australia] in the past week.” – Deborah Jowitt In the second episode of season three, Angela, Jana, and Beth speak to Deborah Jowitt, legendary dance critic and the idol of everyone in the room. A long-term critical columnist for The Village Voice (1967-2011), Jowitt has cre ...…
 
“I think that equality comes with assymetry and that it’s not necessary for roles to be symmetrical for there to be equality.” – Chrysa Parkinson In the first episode of season three, Angela and Jana speak to Chrysa Parkinson on the creativity of the dancer: the work of dance, the authorship of the dancer, and whether excessive praise is how we ...…
 
“I think that equality comes with assymetry and that it’s not necessary for roles to be symmetrical for there to be equality.” – Chrysa Parkinson In the first episode of season three, Angela and Jana speak to Chrysa Parkinson on the creativity of the dancer: the work of dance, the authorship of the dancer, and whether excessive praise is how we ...…
 
“Risk is not so risky. It’s a necessity. It is how forms develop, how we find new audiences, new artists, how cultural conversations happen.” – Angharad Wynne-Jones In our momentous final, fifth episode on responsibility, Fleur and Jana speak with two great women of the Australian performing arts: all-round cultural leaders Angharad Wynne-Jones ...…
 
“Risk is not so risky. It’s a necessity. It is how forms develop, how we find new audiences, new artists, how cultural conversations happen.” – Angharad Wynne-Jones In our momentous final, fifth episode on responsibility, Fleur and Jana speak with two great women of the Australian performing arts: all-round cultural leaders Angharad Wynne-Jones ...…
 
“There’s a consciousness that needs to be put around the way that we behave. We can’t just keep patting ourselves on the back or excusing it: ‘We’re creating art! It’s not real!’ It is also really happening to somebody.” – Sonya Suares This week we return to the topic of ‘Responsibility’. Fleur speaks with Sonya Suares and Jolyon James on how t ...…
 
“There’s a consciousness that needs to be put around the way that we behave. We can’t just keep patting ourselves on the back or excusing it: ‘We’re creating art! It’s not real!’ It is also really happening to somebody.” – Sonya Suares This week we return to the topic of ‘Responsibility’. Fleur speaks with Sonya Suares and Jolyon James on how t ...…
 
“Reading about theatre is a weirdly incomplete experience. Reading about other things is similarly incomplete but it doesn’t have to be the whole experience because if you read about it, you can get hold of it as well. Even with a poor representation of a picture – an artwork – you at least see what it looks like.” – Andrew Haydon This week we ...…
 
“Reading about theatre is a weirdly incomplete experience. Reading about other things is similarly incomplete but it doesn’t have to be the whole experience because if you read about it, you can get hold of it as well. Even with a poor representation of a picture – an artwork – you at least see what it looks like.” – Andrew Haydon This week we ...…
 
“I am very interested in the question of who’s allowed to say what in Australia.” -Roslyn Oades In the third episode of our season on responsibility in art, Roslyn Oades, director, actor and a pioneer in the field of headphone verbatim theatre joins hosts Fleur and Jana. We talk about responsibility in the field of verbatim theatre: what it mea ...…
 
“I am very interested in the question of who’s allowed to say what in Australia.” -Roslyn Oades In the third episode of our season on responsibility in art, Roslyn Oades, director, actor and a pioneer in the field of headphone verbatim theatre joins hosts Fleur and Jana. We talk about responsibility in the field of verbatim theatre: what it mea ...…
 
“I think being part of the community is key to being a good critic.” – Jane Howard “My rule of thumb is, if they’ve been to my house for dinner, or I’ve been to their house for dinner, I’m not going to review them.” – Richard Watts In the second episode of our season on responsibility and art, our guests are Jane Howard, SA-based theatre critic ...…
 
“I think being part of the community is key to being a good critic.” – Jane Howard “My rule of thumb is, if they’ve been to my house for dinner, or I’ve been to their house for dinner, I’m not going to review them.” – Richard Watts In the second episode of our season on responsibility and art, our guests are Jane Howard, SA-based theatre critic ...…
 
“I think [the larger companies] should be forced to take more risks.” – Melissa Reeves “Nurture the audacious. The works that you remember are works with audacity.” – Patricia Cornelius And… we’re back! Fleur and Jana are talking to theatre-makers from Australia and abroad, with Kieran behind the mixing desk. Our second season will tackle the t ...…
 
“I think [the larger companies] should be forced to take more risks.” – Melissa Reeves “Nurture the audacious. The works that you remember are works with audacity.” – Patricia Cornelius And… we’re back! Fleur and Jana are talking to theatre-makers from Australia and abroad, with Kieran behind the mixing desk. Our second season will tackle the t ...…
 
“Drama is like the minute hand of the clock.” – Julian Meyrick In episode 5, Julian Meyrick, theatre historian, cultural policy analyst, and Strategic Professor of Creative Arts at Flinders University, joins Fleur and Jana in the concluding conversation on theatre histories and documentation. We talk about his controversial essays on the histor ...…
 
“Drama is like the minute hand of the clock.” – Julian Meyrick In episode 5, Julian Meyrick, theatre historian, cultural policy analyst, and Strategic Professor of Creative Arts at Flinders University, joins Fleur and Jana in the concluding conversation on theatre histories and documentation. We talk about his controversial essays on the histor ...…
 
“At the end of Keating’s prime-ministership, he was talking about embracing complexity and multiculturalism, and the difficulties there. Howard’s masterstroke was to come in and say: “I want Australians to be comfortable about their past, their present and their future.” Which is to say, “we’re not going to talk about this anymore.” And I feel ...…
 
“At the end of Keating’s prime-ministership, he was talking about embracing complexity and multiculturalism, and the difficulties there. Howard’s masterstroke was to come in and say: “I want Australians to be comfortable about their past, their present and their future.” Which is to say, “we’re not going to talk about this anymore.” And I feel ...…
 
“Making art is a sedimentation of layers. What we make today indirectly reflects what was done before. Maybe it comes as an opposition, or a continuation, as an echo, but we need to be aware of that. And I do think that in Australia we are not aware of what’s been done.” – Angela Conquet In episode three, the Artistic Director of Dancehouse, Me ...…
 
“Making art is a sedimentation of layers. What we make today indirectly reflects what was done before. Maybe it comes as an opposition, or a continuation, as an echo, but we need to be aware of that. And I do think that in Australia we are not aware of what’s been done.” – Angela Conquet In episode three, the Artistic Director of Dancehouse, Me ...…
 
“There is a good side to not being crushed by culture. I think in Europe you’re really aware of the centuries and centuries of Western culture and it has all been done. One of the beautiful things about Australian writing, culture and performance is this sense that that’s not hanging over everybody. I think at its best there is a tremendous fre ...…
 
“There is a good side to not being crushed by culture. I think in Europe you’re really aware of the centuries and centuries of Western culture and it has all been done. One of the beautiful things about Australian writing, culture and performance is this sense that that’s not hanging over everybody. I think at its best there is a tremendous fre ...…
 
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