6pm & 8.30pm, Wed 8 Aug
6pm & 8.30pm, Thurs 9 Aug
6pm & 8.30pm, Fri 10 Aug
6pm & 8.30pm, Sat 11 Aug
2pm & 4.30pm, Sun 12 Aug
6pm & 8.30pm, Wed 15 Aug
6pm & 8.30pm, Thurs 16 Aug
6pm & 8.30pm, Fri 17 Aug
6pm & 8.30pm, Sat 18 Aug
2pm & 4.30pm, Sun 19 Aug
120 mins with breaks
$35 / $30 / $25
North Melbourne Town Hall
521 Queensberry St,
Contains smoke effects, coarse language, confined spaces, walking and stairs
Wheelchair accessible performance – 8.30pm, Thurs 16 Aug (please note only five wheelchair tickets available as this is a one-on-one work).
Auslan performance – 8.30pm, Fri 17 Aug (please note only two Auslan tickets available, as this is a one-on-one work).
How do we create the future?
one step at a time like this have created theirs using two futurists.
Carnival of Futures is a series of one-on-one micro-performances that dance around questions, insights and predictions of our personal and collective futures. A cavalcade – well, five or six – of experiential provocations, from the individual to the global, from science to seer, conjured to let you envision a pathway for the times ahead.
Share breakfast with a mutant futurist, kneel before an oracle, journey to your own end, measure your hope/lessness – or simply have a lie down.
A chance to pause and imagine, face difficulties and obstacles, Carnival of Futures invites you to reflect, act and ‘dream forward’.
“…few performances manage to so completely tear through the bubble of reserve in which we spend most of our lives.” RealTime, on en route
one step at a time like this (Suzanne Kersten, Clair Korobacz, Julian Rickert)
Bridgette Engeler, Jose Ramos
Erin Milne (Bureau of Works)
Richard Jordan Productions
Supported by – Carnival of Futures is supported by the Besen Family Foundation, Bureau of Works, Richard Jordan Productions, and the City of Melbourne through Arts House. It was developed through CultureLAB.
Image by – Julian Rickert