• Achilles Creative Development

    Rawcus is working with director Adena Jacobs and photographer Pia Johnson on a creative development for a new work – Achilles. Achilles is an artistic enquiry into power, the vulnerable…
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  • Becoming

    Becoming is a new arts project exploring the lived experiences of ageing and disability through performing and visual arts. An artistic expression of  creativity, connection and community through dance, movement,…
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  • Photography Exhibition

    “I began documenting Rawcus’ work in 2000 on their first production. As a photographer I find the work captivating – there is the light on wheelchair spokes; different bodies draped,…
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  • Join Rawcus in a Flashmob

    Join Rawcus in a series of workshops at Realm to create and perform an accessible flashmob for people with and without disability in Ringwood Town Square.  Flashmob rehearsals & performance…
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  • Help us make our international debut

    Dear friends and supportersWe are beyond excited. We have been invited to go to the USA in early 2019 to create a new show with Marc Brew. Earlier this year…
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  • Symphonic Sites Workshops

    SYMPHONIC SITES PERFORMANCE WORKSHOPS Come and participate in  a one day Symphonic Sites event (part workshop/part performance) to make music and theatre in spectacular ways with the Rawcus Ensemble and…
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  • Song for a Weary Throat at Melbourne Festival

    Rawcus is delighted that Song for a Weary Throat will be presented at The Arts Centre as part of Melbourne International Arts Festival. 10-14th October “A brilliant and transporting work”.…
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  • Green Room Awards for Rawcus

    Rawcus is thrilled to have received three Green Room Awards in the Independent Theatre category for Song for a Weary Throat. We received awards for Production, Music Composition & Sound…
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  • Song for a Weary Throat

    “an electric and unforgettable hour of theatre.” Theatre people ***** WATCH THE TRAILER What is it that propels us to get up after loss, after heartbreak, after failure? Fifteen performers…
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