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… Back
Achilles Creative Development
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,… Back
“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,… Back
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… Back
Join Rawcus in a Flashmob
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… Back
Help us make our international debut
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… Back
Symphonic Sites Workshops
Click here to Book Tickets for Song for a Weary Throat at Melbourne International Arts Centre
Book Tickets… Back
Book Tickets. Song for a Weary Throat
Rawcus is delighted that Song for a Weary Throat will be presented at The Arts Centre as part of Melbourne International Arts Festival.
“A brilliant and transporting work”.… Back
Song for a Weary Throat at Melbourne Festival
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… Back
Green Room Awards for Rawcus
“an electric and unforgettable hour of theatre.”
WATCH THE TRAILER
What is it that propels us to get up after loss, after heartbreak, after failure?
Fifteen performers… Back
Song for a Weary Throat