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
We have just returned home from Chicago and 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.
But Australian audiences are not left out. In March we trailed the work as part of FOLA (Festival Of Live Art) in Melbourne. Thanks to Arts House! And in October the show will have its Australian premiere as part of the Melbourne Festival. Tickets are available here
Earlier in the year we completed a development of a new childrens show at the Arts Centre, Melbourne. upsidedowninsideout
will premiere early next year, 2015. We'll keep you posted.
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.