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(2018)

Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 In a Heartbeat
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'Life moves so fast. and at the same time so slowly. In a Heartbeat is a meditation on time, impermanence and mortality created through a dialogue spanning generations. Five performers. five tea-party settings and five performances taking place simultaneously.'

Source: La Mama Theatre.

Notes

  • Verbatim theatre.

  • Barking Spider Theatre's website notes that the work was first produced in 2017, and was a collaboration between Barking Spider, third-year students from Monash Centre for Theatre and Performance, and residents of Corpus Christi residential aged care (https://barkingspidertheatre.com.au/community-school-works/in-a-heartbeat/?ajax=true&width=108%25&height=105%25).

Production Details

  • Produced by La Mama Theatre and Barking Spider Theatre, 4-9 September 2018.

    Director: Penelope Bartlau.

    Lighting Design: Jason Lehane.

    Sound Design: Darius Kedros.

    Sound Design Assistant and Assistant Director: Daniel Aguiar.

    Performers / Creative Collaborators: Laura Aldous, Jaimie Chapman, Rachel Duffy, Ashleigh Gray, Chloe Smith, and Emma Telford.

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