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Presented in Season 1 2010

Presented by Arts House

11.45am – 8.45pm,Tue 16 Mar
11.45am – 8.45pm,Wed 17 Mar
11.45am – 8.45pm,Thurs 18 Mar
11.45am – 8.45pm,Fri 19 Mar
11.45am – 8.45pm,Sat 20 Mar
11.45am – 8.45pm,Sun 21 Mar
11.45am – 8.45pm,Tue 23 Mar
11.45am – 8.45pm,Wed 24 Mar
11.45am – 8.45pm,Thurs 25 Mar
11.45am – 8.45pm,Fri 26 Mar
11.45am – 8.45pm,Sat 27 Mar
11.45am – 8.45pm,Sun 28 Mar
11.45am – 8.45pm,Tue 30 Mar
11.45am – 8.45pm,Wed 31 Mar
11.45am – 8.45pm,Thurs 1 Apr
11.45am – 8.45pm,Fri 2 Apr
11.45am – 8.45pm,Sat 3 Apr

30 mins, no interval
$25 / $18
Multiple performances
Closed Mondays
Two participants per performance
From North Melbourne Town Hall participants will be lead to the performance location. Total duration including performance 45 minutes.


Arts House
North Melbourne Town Hall
521 Queensberry St,
North Melbourne


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Wheelchair Accessible

Show Program:
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Etiquette is a gripping, highly personal two person performance, where participants are both actor and audience. The concept is simple. Performed in a public space like a cafe or bar, participants choose to sit with a friend or a stranger and are instructed via headphones what to say or which deliberately positioned objects to move. Etiquette is theatre at its most raw and offers the fantasy of conversation without having to think what to say.

Audience members are required to wear headphones for the duration of the performance.

Etiquette is available in multiple languages, enquiries: 03 9322 3713.

Rotozaza Co-Director, Silvia Mercuriali will conduct Rotozaza’s Theatre of Command and Response (TOCAR) workshop on February 22. This workshop will lead participants through the process used in the company’s ‘autoteatro’ works, Etiquette and Wondermart. See artshouse.com.au for further information.

Created by:
Rotozaza Co-Directors, Silvia Mercuriali and Ant Hampton
Project Management:
Alice Booth for ArtsAgenda, UK

Image by – Ant Hampton