SHOWS

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UNDERSTORY

A magical adventure through a wonder filled forest – part story, part quest and part mad-cap science field trip.

The Colours Show

A joyful interactive theatre show exploring diversity and difference through the metaphor of colour

MIRABELLE’S GAME

A delightful story, game and treasure hunt for families and friends to enjoy together at their own pace.

THE VALENTINES

A warm-hearted mobile love letter writing service for all occasions. Cupid’s favourite emissaries.

THE SLOW SHOW

Trichia, a nature-loving human, and her companion Helix, a giant garden snail, slowly travel the world, enjoying the magic in simple things.

THE LOLLIPOP LADIES

A spontaneous roving performance in which you become the main protagonist pedestrian. Crowd control at its funniest …

FLYCYCLE

An old-world slapstick adventure with The Lephts and their magnificent flying machine.

SIDESTEP THE GAME

A giant interactive board game played by 4 teams from the audience. Hilarious, high energy fun and happy chaos.

Illuminated

A gentle invitation to slow down, drift and enjoy the beautiful poetry of the sky.

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JOURNEY TO AN UNNAMED WORLD

A NORPA PRODUCTION.

Co- created by Valley Lipcer and NORPA for the Lismore Diocese Catholic School Office 2016. Journey to and unnamed world was an innovative immersive theatre work for young audiences that took over an entire floor of the Lismore City Hall venue. 

THE SOCK CIRCLES

Commissioned as part of the Splendour Arts Program at Splendour in the Grass, 2009 and remounted as part of Mackay Arts Festival in 2011. The Sock Circles were installations of thousands of socks arranged in crop circle like designs that were activated by a host of characters. A humorous satire on the furors of fashion, media and the paranormal.

MUD PEOPLE

Commissioned by The Mackay Festival of Arts 2012 for the ‘Garden of Earthly Delights’ theme. Mud People was a two-hour long non-verbal piece exploring the seduction of material objects and the resultant disconnection from a sustaining earth.

DRIVE

Commissioned by the Reduce Risk Increase Student Knowledge  (RRISK) organising committee and funded by NRMA Insurance and Transport for NSW. Drive was a 30- minute multi-media physical theatre piece  to address young driver safety.  Some three thousand year 11 and 12 students, from over 50 schools experienced the touring show.

THE CLOUDS

Commissioned by the Byron Shire Council and performed at community markets over a period of 3 months. The eccentric, absurd and lovable Clouds were created in 2003 in response to a nationwide drought. The show raised local water awareness and educated on water restrictions and water saving techniques.

THE UNDERLIBRARY OF UNOFFICIAL HISTORIES

A NORPA Production.

Co-created by Valley Lipcer and Caleb Lewis. 

Part immersive theatre, part game and part quirky research project, The Underlibrary of Unofficial Histories is a highly original work and an exciting journey into history through imagination and wonder.

THE GREENHOUSE

Commissioned by The North East Waste Forum ( NEWF ) and it’s member Councils -Ballina Shire Council, Byron Shire Council, Lismore City Council, Clarence Valley Council and Richmond Valley Council in 2005 and toured for 10 years. The Greenhouse was a waste education show presented in a fold out trailer set made from reused and recycled materials.

THE SEA CREATURES

Commissioned by The Stormwater Education Assessment (SEA) Project, funded by the NSW Government’s Stormwater Trust and six Council contributions – Ballina, Richmond Valley, Lismore, Byron, Tweed & Kyogle shires. Through interactive street theatre, the SEA creatures raised awarenss about the links between littering and water pollution and aligned with the Don’t be a Tosser, BinyaButts and Save Our Seas Campaigns.

 

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