2015 has been an actioned-packed year for The Street!
We have produced intimate personal as well as epic ambitious contemporary work from ACT-based writers, collaborated with amazing organisations to bring a range of awesome festivals, offered up immerse theatre experiences, developed new work, birthed our new website with the brilliant team at LINK DIGITAL, presented a glorious array of music from smash hit Tubular Bells for Two to Mavis Staples and Tawadros Brothers and performed to loads of people from Canberra and beyond.
We hoped you enjoyed your year with The Street. Here is a thumbnail snapshot.
You Are Here – Inflorescence, Fuck Decaf, Speakerbox, 10 Years Of hellosQuare
The Process –a grimly Kafakesque comedy in five dubious acts
All This Living! – Camilla Blunden and Rochelle Whyte joined forces to bring us older women in all their glory
First Seen – intercultural content, global themes, and political and social issues of currency
Contemporary music – an extraordinary picture from J Mascis to Katie Noonan
Segue 2015 – where content met continent as we partnered up with the ANU Centre of European Studies to profile contemporary performance with a European dimension
Massacre– Aves Nocturnas– Baby et Lulu– Encoded–Delve Deeper
Capital Jazz Project – 10 glorious nights with unbelievable sounds and mastery of form on display
Gian Slater – Miroslav Bukovsky – The Bad Plus (USA) – Eric Harland Band (USA) –Stefano Bollani & Hamilton de Holanda (Italy/Brazil) – Ospina Brothers Trio (Colombia) – Hammerhead – Ali McGregor – Hannaford/ Eskelin/ Tinkler/ Rainey (AUS/USA) – Lovano/Grabowsky/Rex/ Beck (USA/AUS) – Baecastuff –Phillip Johnston – Elixir featuring Katie Noonan – Daughter’s Fever – Berardi/Foran/Karlen –Divergence Jazz Orchestra
Dylan Thomas: Return Journey – celebrating 100 years on
Best Ever Festival: how to manage a disaster – systems science, gaming, and theatre all mashed up with some great discussion
Soul of Fire – gripping performance by Austrian star Maxi Blaha
The Chain Bridge – Chekhov meets epic historical drama in this large ensemble work looking into the past to make sense of the present