one step at a
time like this
is a group of artists who create participatory, locative and site responsive works. Based in Melbourne, Australia.
one step at a time like this create place-responsive and conversation-based works, focusing on the activity of the audience as an essential element in the work. Exploring ways to allow audience members to find a point of relaxed engagement, involvement and activity in the imaginal and real worlds unfolding before them.
NEWS & UPCOMING
Hi, Suzanne and Clair (and Julian a bit) have a small piece nowhwere
in Art House's Going Nowhere festival. The show starts in your house and ends at Arts House in North Melbourne. Dates are Friday, Saturday and Sunday 21-23 November. Some tickets still available here
We have just finished the Australian premiere of Since I Suppose
with Melbourne Festival. Thanks and congratulations to all who helped make this a success. Particular thanks to Arts House and Melbourne Festival and all of our performer-hosts and volunteers!
Before that we were in Chicago for the world premiere of Since I Suppose
with Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Audiences and critics seemed to really like it. Here are some audience tweets
about the show.
Next up is a new childrens show upsidedowninsideout
at the Arts Centre, Melbourne. It's made for children aged 7 - 11 with their parents, and will run from 20th-25th January, 2015. You can book here
And not lastly, Suzanne & Julian spent a month in Tipperary, Ireland, creating two related walking shows with a group of teenagers in Clonmel for the Junction Festival there. This was followed in Dublin by a workshop and research for a potential new work, revolution
, a bicycle-based work around the 1916 Easter Rising. We are hoping to get back there soon to continue working on both of these exciting projects.