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The View From Up Here

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  • Adult: $42.50 ea ($40.00 + $2.50 fees)
  • Concession: $34.50 ea ($32.00 + $2.50 fees)
  • Student: $27.50 ea ($25.00 + $2.50 fees)
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In the ashes everyone’s been scorched. Family, survival and legacy in the aftermath of disaster.

Eva and Lily have returned to the farm following a catastrophic fire season. The family home has burnt to the ground, the fences have melted, the neighbours have fled and the animals have perished. Maggie, the matriarch, is living in a caravan on the blackened earth where the house once stood tending her new vegetable garden and refusing to leave her land. Painful family histories are revealed that force questions and confrontations to the surface. How much can this family ask of one another amidst the ashes?

Tackling the lived realities of a world increasingly affected by global warming and the impacts on our experiences of family, The View From Up Here reflects and raises questions about the tapestry of our Australian zeitgeist. This theatrical experience investigates how we might find hope in one another in order to face tomorrow together.

This project is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria and the City of Port Phillip.
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WRITTEN & CREATED BY
Fiona Spitzkowsky
DIRECTOR
Julian Dibley-Hall
CAST
John Marc Desengano, Chanella Macri, Emily Tomlins
PRODUCTION DESIGN
James Lew & Claudia Mirabello
LIGHTING DESIGN
Jason Crick
SOUND DESIGN & COMPOSITION
Jess Keeffe
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
Harriet Wallace-Mead
DRAMATURGY
Liv Satchell
STAGE MANAGER
Ashleigh Walwyn
PRODUCER
Hot Mess Productions
PHOTOS BY
Underground Media

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