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InPlay Projects

‘Withhold’ (2022), Eden Kew & Alec Katsourakis. Photo by Jeff Busby.
12—15 October 2022

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Concession: $20
Full Price: $25


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Withhold is a high-energy dance-theatre work created and performed by InPlay Dance Collective. The show explores the effects of denying difficult emotions through visceral movement and the spoken word. It is a show for people from all walks of life and explores how the suppression of emotions can lead to false confidence across gendered lines, often with explosive results. This show draws on the lived experience of its cast, both trans and cis, to get a full view of the ways we hide from ourselves.

Co-Directors/Performers/Choreographers: Alec Katsourakis, Eden Kew
Performers/Choreographers: Jasmine Susic, Vee Canning
Writer/Performer: Sadie Bloom
Sound Designer: Jackie Jenkins

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InPlay Projects is a collective of like-minded individuals cultivating artistic development with an emphasis on community. Based In Naarm (Melbourne, AUS).

Specialising in cross genre collaboration, IPDC has worked with artists in multiple mediums, such as Opera, Theatre, Sound Design and Music Production, Film and Drag performance. Their work has been presented across Australia and New Zealand, through Melbourne Fringe, Playstation Gallery and Wellington Fringe.

They are looking to experiment and play with choreographic practice, trying new things with every artistic endeavour and developing a strong community along the way.

Presented as a part of Melbourne Fringe. This project is supported by LGI and Andrew Treloar.

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