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MILK CRATE THEATRE: A RETROSPECTIVE 
PERFORMANCE EVENING

On Tuesday May 17 2022, Milk Crate Theatre hosted a magnificent performance night at Sydney Town Hall, celebrating the key moments from our rich history, with audience members enjoying a night of Theatre, Cabaret, Film and more!

We reflected on a remarkable history of socially relevant and paradigm-shifting performance work. As a key theatre company making work specifically by and with people with lived experience of homelessness, mental health issues and disability, this retrospective also represented the integral part Milk Crate Theatre has played in the development of community arts and cultural development in Australia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CREATIVE TEAM

Hosts: Lisa Griffiths and Graeme Rhodes

Performers: Harrison Bishop, Lana Filies, Owen Gill, Lisa Griffiths, Lily Hayman, Christa Hughes, Steve Konstantopoulos, Felix Morgan, Matthias Nudl, Darlene Proberts, Graeme Rhodes, Wayne Schmidt, Nick Vagne, Daryl Wallis, Lucy Watson

Guest Presenters: Maurie Voisey-Barlin and Beck Ronson

Pianist: Daryl Wallis

 

Director: Margot Politis

Assistant Director: Bethany Simons

Key Support Artist: Lucy Watson

Producers: Margot Politis and Lucy Watson

2021 Producer: Sarah Vyne-Vassallo

Production Manager: Tyler Fitzpatrick, Paperjam Partners

Lighting Designer: Liam O'Keefe

Set and Costume: Margot Politis

Photography: Patrick Boland

Videography: Adam McPhilbin

Front of House/Production Support: Jessica Pantano, Liz Raleigh, Jessica Saras, Kasia Vickery

 

This event was proudly supported by:

"The performance was so unique and unlike any event I have attended. It was beautiful to see the positive impact Milk Crate has had on communities and individuals they have worked with"
Audience Member

"The whole evening was extremely empowering for the performers and also the audience"
Audience Member

"The community/audience was amazing, the fans kept shouting in delight"
Audience Member

"Having a creative outlet and using theatre to understand, work through and express societal issues is something I hadn't considered and was so privileged to witness"
Audience Member

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