Durational performance types can add atmosphere and fun participatory activities to an event or gravitas to a message.
A fun installation for festivals. A children’s farm with a twist- the animals are festival patrons. Our resident farmers will capture any lost animals and pop them back into the farm so that other patrons may enjoy petting them, feeding them, or even going for a ride.
Psyfari Festival 2014
Return to Rio 2016
Designed and created by Reese Geronimo & Duckie.
This is currently available in both Australia and Europe
I Am No-One
This was an intervention performance questioning the growing power and ability of the police state and corporations to watch individuals in Australia. Led by veteran performance artist Mike Mullins, this work was a revisitation to a character he created in the 1980s in response to the growing crisis.
2 November 2016
Created and directed by Mike Mullins. Supported by the University of Sydney Contemporary Performance Symposium. Images by Victor Muruet.
Percy’s Punishment Parlour
An all-round disturbing installation that works great at any festival or event of the darker variety. Participants are ushered into a private space for confessions with a puppet called Percy. He then applies a number of S&M inspired punishments to the unlucky patron, absolving them of their sins.
Gallery Burlesque July 2012
Gallery Burlesque December 2012
Corporate Function 2012
Designed and created by Umbrella Theatre.
This is currently available in both Australia and Europe.