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Default KAGE COMMUNICATION SUNDOWNER Premiere Anniversary Celebrations

KAGE COMMUNICATION

IN THIS ISSUE

Introduction to KAGE COMMUNICATION
SUNDOWNER Premiere
Anniversary Celebrations and Program Launch
It Happened To Me
Introducing the KAGE Board
Get to know a KAGE Creative
Insider Info GIVEAWAYS
City of Riddles


Hello hello and welcome back to
KAGE COMMUNICATION!

It's our first e-newsletter for the year and comes with some exciting
news!

KAGE is now back in full swing and working hard gearing up for our
biggest year yet.

We have already celebrated our one year anniversary at the Abbotsford
Convent and launched our 2011 Program.

This KAGE Communication has all the details about the premiere season
of SUNDOWNER and chances for you to win tickets to be part of the
KAGE experience.

SUNDOWNER Premiere

KAGE's newest work SUNDOWNER will be premiering at the Castlemaine
State Festival on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd April 2011. A dance theatre
work about memory, love and family.

Imagine this....

It is becoming increasingly difficult to discern the difference
between the present and the past, between what is familiar and what
is foreign. Events that took place just minutes ago are being
constantly erased, while memories that you have been able to keep at
bay for decades now come rushing towards you.

Despite the explorations of poets, novelists, doctors, scientists and
philosophers, the realm of memory remains a great mystery. KAGE, in
partnership with Alzheimer's Australia, invites you into this
intrigue.

This breathtaking performance traverse sorrow, fears, humor and
dignity. Through the eyes of three generations, SUNDOWNER tells the
stories of so many Australian families.

If a loved one starts to lose thier memories, what role can we play
in holding on to them? And if our parent is no longer the person we
know, how can we care for them in the present and also honour their
memory?

SUNDOWNER is a story of lament and at times grief and sorrow.
Ultimatley, though, it is a story of love: love of family, love of
history, and love of life.

Anniversary Celebrations and Program Launch

On the 22nd February 2011 KAGE celebrated our one year anniversary at
the Abbotsford Convent in the the previously unused and secret space
- the Convent Laundry. This space is yet to be renovated but
represented the possibilities of what is to come - quite fitting for
KAGE. CEO Maggie Maguire shared some kind words, enthusiastically
speaking about the anticipation that is building around SUNDOWNER and
KAGE's history of association with the Convent.

Michelle Armstrong from Arts Victoria spoke of their continuing
support and also about KAGE's journey so far. Michelle was first
introduced to KAGE when she was General Manager of Next Wave, and she
and Zane Trow programmed No (Under)standing Anytime as part of the
Festival in 2000.

Nigel Edwards, KAGE's Chair also welcomed David Doherty OAM, KAGE's
leading KAGE Companion. David will act as a mentor and guide and seek
ways to encourage the private and corporate sector to support the
Company.

Co-Creative Director Kate Denborough talked through the 2011 program
and the inspiration behind seeking out collaborators as diverse as
Paul Kelly, Helen Morse and Michael Leunig.

Thanks to everyone who attended and thanks to the Convent Bakery for
the food and drinks.


It Happened to Me

As part of the broader Castlemaine State Festival Program, Helen
Morse and Tivoli Lovely - Vicky Charleston (both performers in
SUNDOWNER) will be stepping up to the microphone to tell it like it
is in Stories From Backtage, part of the It Happened to Me series, on
Saturday 2nd April at 9:30pm.

The show behind the show - the unseen works of theatre as experienced
by the artists themselves. For one night only you wil be privy to the
world of work, machinery, anxieties, egos, disasters and triumphs, as
played out behind the proscenium arch and beyond.

For tickets to this session and full details on the Castlemaine State
Festival head

Introducing the KAGE Board

As part of our KAGE Communication we decided that we should introduce
you to our wonderful Board. There are currently nine members who
bring a wide range of skills and breadth of experience to KAGE.

This month we introduce Anthony Palmer.

Anthony Palmer is a specialist entertainment lawyer who has worked in
London, the US and Australia. With degrees in law and commerce
(Melbourne University) and a Master of Fine Arts (Producing) from the
American Film Institute, Anthony also has direct production
experience gained on feature films, television and commercials.
Anthony currently practices with Media Arts Lawyers, Melbourne
advising clients across the television, feature film, documentary,
live entertainment and online sectors.


Get to know a KAGE Creative

This month we want to tell you a little bit more about dancer
Michelle Heaven.

Michelle is currently working with KAGE as a performer in SUNDOWNER.
But before we even premiere SUNDOWNER in April, Michelle will be
presenting her own work Disagreeable Object at Dance Massive in
Melbourne in March. What better way to get to know an artist than by
seeing their work?

Reminiscent of an old silent film in it's style and execution, this
bizarre and beautiful work sees Michelle in an unforgettable "pea de
deux" with Brian Lucas (Brian performed in KAGE's 2008 work
Appetite).

Melbourne DANCE MASSIVE Season:
16-19 March 2010
7:15pm and 8:00pm

Disagreeable Object will also be presented at the Castlemaine State
Festival.

Insider Info - GIVEAWAYS

KAGE is pleased to be able to offer five lucky KAGE Communication
subscribers two tickets to an exclusive presentation of SUNDOWNER on
the opening night of the Castlemaine State Festival.

2pm Friday 1st April 2011
Phee Broadway Theatre, Castlemaine.

"We really witnessed something amazing.
Everyone should have the chace to see it."
- Jill Smith and Tanya Bennett
Geelong Performing Arts Centre

Just be one of the first five people to email.


Polyglot Theatre's City of Riddles

Internationally renowned children's theatre company Polyglot Theatre
is bringing the mysterious and atmospheric City of Riddles to the MTC
Theatre Lawler Studio for the April school holidays (17 - 20 Apr).

KAGE's Co-Creative Director Kate Denborough was part of the critical
assessment panel during the work's creative development. A 360-degree
interactive experience where children aged 5 to 12 become Mayors and
Town Planners of miniature cities, setting their own rules against a
world of order and control. It's hands-on, immersive and completely
chaotic!

KAGE Communication subscribers, quote "KAGE" when booking to receive
'Adults at Kids' prices*.

Bookings: MTC Theatre Box Office
phone: 8688 0800
*Discount valid until 1 April 2011.

We look forward to seeing you at SUNDOWNER.
Now only 15 days away!
Bye for now... Kate, Gerard & Simone

KAGE Physical Theatre Assoc Inc
ABN 13 792 103 355
Studio C1.5 Convent Building
Abbotsford Convent 1 St Heliers St
Abbotsford VIC 3067 AUSTRALIA
Telephone: +61 3 9417 6700

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