In 2017 (it’s no) drama and Rawcus will continue to work together in the next phase of establishing a new inclusive theatre group in the South Gippsland region.
With support received through Regional Arts Victoria’s Toe in the Water grant and South Gippsland Shire Council, funds will assist (it’s no) drama to deliver creative development workshops and a public performance.
Rawcus will mentor staff, performers and partners through professional development sessions to strengthen best practice approaches in planning and delivery of inclusive arts activities in the region.
Fanaticus is an exciting new arts project conceived by Rawcus, in collaboration with MSF Sports.
Fanaticus is an exploration of how the worlds of performance and street basketball collide.
Fanaticus will be a wild, playful and entertaining performance premiering in September 2017.
Rawcus is now inviting young participants of all abilities and backgrounds between 13-18 years of age to express their interest in co-creating this new work with a difference.
Workshops will be held at an indoor basketball stadium in Footscray on the following dates and times:
27 Aug, 3, 10 and 17 Sept; 9.30am-12.30pm
Fanaticus Performances – 23 September at QV Melbourne’s Forecourt.
Register your interest or request further information from Nilgun Guven, Public Program Coordinator
M: 0401 141 294
Fanaticus is proudly supported by the City of Melbourne Arts Grant Program 2017 and the Cassandra Gantner Foundation.
Rawcus receives organisational funding support through theVictorian State Government Creative Victoria Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources. We are also supported by the City of Port Phillip and the Shulu Foundation.
Image by Rachel Edward