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The Art House presents

In Between Two

26 Mar - 27 Mar 2019 Showing at The Art House

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A breathtaking 70 minutes of beats, raps and storytelling

Two hip hop artists take to the stage to explore what it means to grow up Asian in Australia. A hit of Sydney Festival 2016, In Between Two is an autobiographical ‘slide night like no other’ based on the fascinating family histories of hip hop artists Joel Ma (Joelistics) and James Mangohig. Consummate storytellers and charismatic performers, this is a joyful and captivating show to celebrate our diversity and start conversations.

“This is a thrilling hour of theatre and the best kind of example why a diverse cultural landscape should not only be encouraged in Australia but is essential.” 4.5 STARS - THE MUSIC (2016)

 



 

Cast & Creatives

Written, Composed & Performed By Joelistics And James Mangohig

Directed by Suzanne Chaundy

Set Design by Eugyeene Teh

Lighting Design by Lucy Birkinshaw

Visual Design Jean Poole

Dramaturges William Yang and Annette Shun Wah

Producer Annette Shun Wah

Production Photos by Sarah Walker |  Key Image by Cesar Rodrigues


 

 

Reviews

“This is a thrilling hour of theatre and the best kind of example why a diverse cultural landscape should not only be encouraged in Australia but is essential.” 4.5 STARS - THE MUSIC (2016)

“…nothing is more satisfying than stories about people who defied cultural and social conventions to follow their hearts.” 4 STARS - TIME OUT 

“It is the generosity of spirit this work is imbued with that reaches out to us all." STAGE WHISPERS

“The end result, which finds a beautiful balance between the personal and the political, the musical and the theatrical, is skilfully crafted and highly engaging.” 4 STARS - ARTS HUB

“This is a hip hop show unlike any other. An Australian narrative challenging how you think, how you feel about society and its moral fibre.” 4.5 STARS THE MUSIC (2017)


 

 

 

Venue

The Art House
19-21 Margaret Street
Wyong NSW 2259

Times

Tue 26 Mar 2019 - 8PM

Tue 27 Nov 2018 - 11AM

Important Information

Duration: 70 minutes
Contains mild coarse language

Tickets

$25 - $35

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