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Submerge #3

Jessie Gall and Lydia Connolly-Hiatt

12—13 December 2020

Sylvia Staehli Theatre


Saturday 12 December
4:30 & 7:30pm

Sunday 13 December


With minimum capacities in venues this year, we ask that you respect your reservation and the amazing artists and creatives performing, regardless of cost. If you’re feeling unwell or can no longer join us, please let us know by 1pm Friday 11 December so we can offer your seat to someone else.

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Presented as a part of Submerge (Emerging Choreographers Program).

you know when you can’t feel it because it’s like all the weight (in your neck)
i mean bricks would be better when we go hand held
let’s put another can on
the side is it leaking a bit?
i like the idea of dying it it’s like being re-birthed
it’s really good jess do that on the other side so that camera can see
stick my chin out of the bath and put my mouth on it and kiss and pretend i’m kissing someone

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This program is funded by the Packer Family and Crown Resorts Foundations. The pilot program was proudly supported by Clifton Hill/North Fitzroy Community Bank Branch – Bendigo Bank and the Robert Salzer Foundation.

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