ARTISTS HANG OUT
The DIVE BAR is now open for the KXT community.
Artists are invited to drop in, chill out and hang out in this funky little spot, Sunday - Wednesday midday - 7.00 pm. For your exclusive use. Want a meeting? Need to get some work done? Want to book in a time for a read? Then head on into the DIVE BAR. With thanks to KX Hotel for unlocking the door
A GIRL IN SCHOOL UNIFORM (WALKS INTO A BAR) by Lucy Radczka previews at KXT from 27 September, with bAKEHOUSE Artistic Associate Hannah Goodwin directing dream team Caitlyn Burley and Michelle Ny. To add to the excitement: producers Futura are teaming up with XFighting Krav Maga to bring you a FREE Self-Defence Workshop up on the KX Hotel rooftop following the 5pm matinne on Sunday 29th Sept
This session will sell out quickly - book now!
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MEDIA || WINK by Jen Silverman
Anthony Skuse and Jen Silverman chat about WINK now playing at KXT “When we seek things for which we don’t even have language, when we chase our darkest impulses, when the things we want don’t fit inside the frameworks we’ve created or bought into.”
MATES MAKING THEATRE
There’s a bunch of KXT Mates Making Theatre all over Sydney…
WHITE BOX THEATRE PRESENTS TABLE
Tanya Ronder's thrilling play is a tale of belonging, identity and the things we pass on.
Now Playing at Seymour Centre Closes Saturday 17th August
LAST ONE STANDING THEATRE PRESENTS AN INTERVENTION
an hilariously tragic exploration of the complexity of relationships and the responsibility that friends have for each other
Previews next week 20 - 31 August
JAMES ELAZZI’s Omar and Dawn was first read as part of Storytellers Festival in 2018, curated by Joanna Erskine. Since then James has joined the Sydney Theatre Company Ermerging Writers Group. And this year, both James and Jo are finalists in the Subtlenuance Silver Gull Playwrighting Awards
You can see James latest play at the 2019 Storytellers Festival.
ANNIE STAFFORD & MAT LEE of LEGIT Theatre Co re-launched KXTeethcutting on Sunday 28 July Thanks to an incredible cast directed by WARWICK DODDRELL version 2.0 is up and running.
NEXT UP Sunday 25 August 7.30 pm AUSTRALIAN OPEN by Angus Cameron directed by Riley Spidaro. Stay tuned for cast announcement and booking link.
FREE - - but you’ll need to reserve your spot
WEDNESDAY 10 JULY the IGNITE Launch evening in the Bordello for Write Up, the KXT development program, and a part of the KXT POPUPSTAIRS program Imagery: Clare Hawley
the NEW GHOSTS team have been hard at work ahead of the premiere production of the IGNITE collective at KXT later this year. If you enjoyed Storytellers in 2018 or were a part of the Write Up Development program this year, then you’ll want to check out UNFOLD a short festival of panels and play reads running at the Old Fitz
KXT IN REVIEW
TREVOR by Nick Jones
PRESENTED BY OUTHOUSE THEATRE
“This production of Trevor does something that’s relatively rare: it makes you feel better than you did when you walked into the theatre. Having a rough day? See Trevor. It’s blisteringly fun, it’s unexpected, it’s challenging. it’ll make you laugh. And isn’t it good to laugh again?”
Cassie Tongue, TIME OUT ★★★★
“a highly entertaining, gemstone polished, force for good” Judith Greenaway ★★★★
“Wonderful stuff” Jason Blake, AUDREY ★★★★
OMAR + DAWN by James Elazzi
PRESENTED BY APOCALYPSE THEATRE & GREEN DOOR
“an enthralling, illuminating drama of unrelenting toughness and humanity. Recommended without reservation” Diana Simmonds, STAGE NOISE
“full of heart and hurt - and unexpected collisions of Australian stories” Sean Maroney, The Music.com ★★★★ .5
“impressive work by emerging Sydney playwright James Elazzi” Joyce Morgan, SMH
ABC TV paid a visit to KXT to interview Shaun Rennie, Jamie Oxenbould and Di Adams and film some scenes from TREVOR.
the cast of CORAM BOY
Directed by John Harrison & Michael Dean
With Rebecca Abdel-Messih, Lloyd Allison-Young, Violette Ayad, Alex Beauman, Andrew Den, Ryan Hodson, Tinashe Mangwana, Suz Mawer, Emma O’Sullivan, Gideon Payten-Griffiths, Ariadne Sgouros, Annie Stafford, Amanda Stephens-Lee, Petronella Van Tienan, Joshua Wiseman