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
So... while we're trying to get our heads around the coming year, let's just recap on 2014.
It was a another good year for the company. Here's some of the things we did:
In October we presented 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 magicians and volunteers!
In August and September 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.
In June/July Suzanne and 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.
And... before we went overseas we gave a trial performance of Since I Suppose as part of the Festival of Live Art at Arts House, North Melbourne.
That was in March, I think.
And we also created another new work, Nowhere, at Arts House for their Going Nowhere festival. It was an activity and contemplation on notions of nowhere and nothing, with suitcases and cameras.
Well in January we premiered a journey-based show for children, upsidedowninsideout,
at the Arts Centre, Melbourne. For children aged 7 - 11 and their parents, it ran in and through the Arts Centre from 20th-25th January, 2015.