It's Complicated

When:6 Mar 2018, 7:30pm - 9pm
7 Mar 2018, 7:30pm - 9pm
8 Mar 2018, 7:30pm - 9pm
9 Mar 2018, 7:30pm - 9pm
10 Mar 2018, 7:30pm - 9pm
Venue:Io Myers Studio, Gate 2, High Street, Kensington
Who:Written and Directed by Deborah Pollard
Temp It's Complicated Image

Written and Directed by Deborah Pollard
Designed by Paul Matthews

Bookings Coming Soon

Performed by students of the UNSW course ARTS2122: Performance Production.


Writer & Director

In 2018 we welcome Deborah Pollard!

Deborah Pollard is a theatre director, performer and artist based in Sydney Australia. Her artistic practice has encompassed collaborations with a variety of different practitioners from dancers to farmers to performers and visual artists among others. Trained originally in theatre as a performer and director, her practice has shifted over the past 20 years towards a hybrid between performance and visual arts.

Deborah’s performance, theatre and installation works have toured throughout Australia as well as internationally. In addition to her independent practice she has also worked extensively within the Australian theatre and performance sector. She was artistic director of Salamanca Theatre Company, Hobart (1997-2000) and interim artistic director for Urban Theatre Projects (2006-2007). She also works as a freelance director, dramaturge and performer having worked extensively with Urban Theatre Projects, Paschal Berry and Anino Shadowplay Collective, Performance Space and Version 1.0 among others.

Over the course of her career Deborah has received many prestigious awards and fellowships, most notable being the Winston Churchill Memorial Fellowship in 2000, the Rex Cramphorn Scholarship in 2001 and a New Media Arts Board Fellowship from the Australia Council in 2002/3.

Deborah currently lectures at the University of Wollongong in theatre and performance theory as well as directing and devising new work with the students. She recently completed her PhD at UOW.

Visit Deborah's website


Finding us
Io Myers Studio is located at the entrance to Gate 2 High St, Kensington. Look for the Creative Practice Lab neon sign in our foyer windows.

Parking
There is limited parking in the Gate 2 area around Io Myers Studio but free parking is available from 6:30pm in the car park next to NIDA accessed through Day Ave.

Links
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Produced by the UNSW Creative Practice Lab

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