Dancehouse stands on what always was and always will be Aboriginal land. We pay our respects to the traditional owners of this land, the Wurundjeri peoples of the Kulin Nation, to their Elders past and present, and acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded.

Judy and Me

Rachael Wisby

'Mum and me' (2020), Rachael Wisby. Photo by Rachael Wisby.
3—6 March 2022
Thursday—Saturday, 6:30pm
Sunday, 5pm

Upstairs Studio, Dancehouse

Mob: $12
Concession/Unwaged: $25
Full Price: $30

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Judy and Me is an experimental psychosexual meditation. It was birthed from the interface of the body with faux and real matrilineal histories. It is an attempt to flood the body, liberating the individual from formal structures and systems. What remains is the unbridled unconscious, a bony ghost wandering the imagined space. This coexists with a skeletal framework of anti-theatre and optical illusions, deluding both audience and performer into a drama of humour, love, triumph and disaster.

Ticket Package:

3—6 March: Judy and Me by Rachael Wisby and CASTILLO by Prue Lang with Jana Castillo

M $35 | C $45 | F $55

Packages are available for purchase until 9am on Thursday 3 March

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Rachael Wisby is a physical artist who lives and works in Naarm on the stolen lands of the Wurrundjeri people. Rachael graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2018. Rachael is a student of the body. She studies Chinese Medicine and develops work independently.

This project is supported by Temperance Hall, Lucy Guerin Inc. and Dancehouse.
The production and documentation of this project is supported by Community Bank Clifton Hill - North Fitzroy (Bendigo Bank).

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