JULIA is a powerful and gripping solo dance theatre work by one of Australia’s
leading contemporary dancers, Natalie Allen, co-created in partnership with
some of WA’s leading women artists.
It celebrates the eve of the ten year anniversary of her iconic misogyny speech in parliament. JULIA is a response to Julia Gillard’s experience as PM and her
legacy, to the wider culture of #MeToo, and the frustration we feel as we read,
see, hear and experience sexism and misogyny, discrimination and violence.
JULIA is a force for action in raising awareness, calling for change, recognising
we are “all entitled to a better standard than this”, and we are all part of
making it happen
Date: Friday 28th May
Where: State Theatre Centre
- 6pm – Bar opens (Ticket price includes 1 standard pre-show beverage)
- 6.30pm – Pre-show panel – discussion around diversity and inclusion
- 7pm – Performance
- 8pm – Q&A on stage