Butterfly Club this season return of “cultural time bomb”
(Business Wire) April 29, 2007
After sold-out performances during its first season, person and playwright Sharni Page is chesty to announce that its bold new satirical nightspot “cultural Time Bomb “will be presented at the Butterfly Club for four performances only Might 3, 2007.
to the bravery of their performance and choice of subject raises Praise Sharni side of the “cultural bomb” the issue of rape to the questions that the public challenge and move without “bashing on the head” position.
involving new equipment, again deep into the issues of violence against women through three female characters, their harrowing experiences of a page in a movement, but without concessions from shows.
The Butterfly Club
already enjoys a reputation as one of Australia’s ideal venues showcase. Victoria’s Peak Performing Arts Awards – -. Awarded by the Green Room in recognition of their contribution to nightspot
This has been extended since it was received in April 2007 by a prestigious Green Room
seen by a woman “Cultural Time Bomb” is a study that analyzed the confrontation and dissected the Australian culture, values and beliefs. It explores the life-changing alteration – both physical and psychological – suffered by its characters as a result of rape during
a German nightspot artist in the 1920s –
lives of two modern women are seen through the eyes of Lola. On a trip together in their subterranean world, the public perception of show strongly influenced by the presence of Lola satirical.
includes eclectic mix of songs from apiece era Stephen Sondheim, Charles Strouse, Cole Porter and 1920, the German composer Kurt Weill and Friedrich Hollander. rock bands No Doubt and The Tea Celebration also important.
page it is said, how can sexuality between men and women lead to violence, traumatic experiences is fascinating.
“I find the reasons why the expression of human sexuality between women and men becomes blurred to the point where it causes the deadly violence wanted,” states Sharni Page. “Recently, the media seems to this topic by suggesting that communication is not only distorted sexuality. – It is often misinterpreted dangerous”
graduate of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, states that page, while the material in “Cultural Time Bomb” is shocking and kicking on the basis of facts, it is not presented as an exercise of “male”.
“If something” Cultural Time Bomb “asks if men and women to be responsible and accountable for their actions and behaviors that their cultural environment as an excuse like,” stated Page.
profile court cases in 2006 highlighted the issue of violence against women and the attitudes and behaviors in relationships in Australian society. Current and relevant, “Culture Time Bomb” is a show not to miss Australia.
shows promoted by the Butterfly Club has also been titled in apiece category at the Green Room Cabaret price for 2007, including three of the four candidates in the new “emerging actor.”
“We encourage artists to ensure close cooperation with us still want to realize their full potential shows,” states co-owner David Read.
presented by The Butterfly Club, 204 Bank Street, South Melbourne night at 21 pm “Cultural Time Bomb” will be held Thursday, Might 3 to Sunday, Might 6, 2007. Tickets: $ 20 – $ 25 can be booked on (03) 9690 2000 or at the door
Risky Business is paying CABARET
A first solo tackles some tough questions, writes Fiona Scott-Norman.
rape as a subject?
Hermione Gilchrist SBS Radio Sharni demand side, which inspired her to make a satirical show against rape and violence against women.
“cultural time bomb”
The Butterfly Club
204 Bank Street, South Melbourne, 3205
Victoria /> <br, Australia
(03) 9690 2000 or at the door
9:00 to 6 Thursday, Might 3 Sunday, Might 2007
Price /> <br: $ 20 – $ 25
ON “cultural time bomb”
definition of culture /> <br -. "The behaviors and beliefs characteristic of a particular social group, ethnic or age
Three women struggle with the consequences of an unnecessary tragedy. A common experience. Three different answers.
Lola is an artist of world-weary German nightspot in the 1920s. Lola mentality is: What you can get by, be at peace with your lot – that’s the way life is. As a conduit for the public, is accessibility Lola while guided by a very dark story.
Lola, we meet two contemporary Australian women: Anna and Sam Following these unspeakable acts of violence are both emotionally detached and self-confident to hatred.
introverted and withdrawn, Anna uses to stun and self-injury is a traumatic and painful memories. Meanwhile, Sam became a hunter of prey – both physically aggressive and manipulative
through their eyes, the audience is forced to an uncomfortable examination of extreme events, rapists, crimes covering women can undertake to address lead to tragic consequences.
current and relevant, “Cultural Time Bomb” is a show not to miss Australia.
Lisa Sontag strikes once more the brand, while Nicolas has created McMahon impressed by the mythologic Mr. Perfect Klaus. Amanda Mouellic has restored his many skills in theater was a public house, which looks more like a play with music by nightspot cliché that many have of us in the past is guaranteed. “Large sums Cultural Time Bomb ‘money to set up its first season for his capability to face a very delicate and topical. Many viewers have been located on the page Sharni performance and the choice of the theme of “comments very courageous.” You decide!
An eclectic mix of songs from all eras will appeal to a wide range of people. Of Broadway tunes from Stephen Sondheim and Charles Strouse and 1920, Germany is courtesy of Kurt Weill and Friedrich Hollander, demanding and sometimes heavy texts Cole Porter.
his infectious ska-pop of No Doubt and psychedelic Rock and Blues from The Tea Celebration also important.
It was like “Lucy” in the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe at the age of 12, when Sharni were opened eyes to the world of entertainment. Diverging slightly to a BA in psychology and media, Sharni then moved to Perth to complete a bachelor’s degree in musical theater in WAAP absolutely in 2000. stage credits include “Laura” in osostias OF (parallelogram productions), “Zoe” in the doors, (MTC), “Fern” in The Four Twins (Season VCA director), “Hermia” in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Australian Shakespeare Company), Tourism Australia plays the trumpet and implementation as Kit Kat Girl “Lulu” in the production of Cabaret by Sam Mendes (IMG / Barry & Fran Weissler), which she won a Green Room for the superior together. “Irma Leopold in Picnic at Hanging Rock (Lux Radio Theatre),” Lucy “by scratching responses (Knockabaout Theatre), Penny Machinations (Fringe Festival 2006) and winner of the event the most breathtaking 2005, Camelot and directions of the activity to succeed, especially without really trying (production company).
include “Olivia” in Blue Heelers (Channel 7), “Alison” Huge Reef (Beyond Simpson Le Mesurier / Channel 9), and the film emulsion and the short film The Interview (2004 ), Love on a Roll (2001) and Clerks (2000), not to mention the introduction of a few advertisements for Coles, Holden, and McCain. The Dingo Dreaming Rose (homemade musicals) and The Wild Blue (musicals house) and the new editor be beside me (writer): Sharni has been involved in developing two new musicals.
writing credits: Web of Life (a play with music), culture-Time Bomb (Cabaret) and Do not Give Up Your Day Job (10 minutes of play – Short & Sweet Festival Sydney and Melbourne 2005 2006).
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The Butterfly Club enjoys a reputation as one of the places in Australia and an excellent showcase in April 2007, he won an honor from the Green Room Association in recognition of their contribution to cabaret.
Co-owner David Read and Neville Sice said: “We encourage artists to their close relationship that we can continue to realize their full potential watch.”
“We are increasingly looking to ensure our site for the talents of our artists crossways the widest doable audience saw our free arm -. On the Wing Touring – will be national in the street for at least eight weeks of this year and
“This positions us strongly as a haven for artists, the new begin and the candidate to reach audiences crossways the country and abroad.”
Neville stated the Butterfly Club now works regularly begin over 100 new shows a year, against 30 two years ago – has up to three weekly nightspot staged apiece night different shows and over 500 apiece year.
Each year, the Butterfly Club participated in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Melbourne Fringe Festival and Midsumma Festival with her watch often with up to 50% of the offer nightspot events. live performance at Club Butterfly received awards at many festivals over the past four years.
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