UHT Presents: Megaphone Democracy
12 May, 2016
Theatre Students Society
How do you show you care?
Megaphone Democracy is a theatrical exploration of action, apathy, cynicism and ‘clicktivism’.
Through extensive interviews with individuals and organisations, at protests and online from all walks of life, across the generations, across the political spectrum, and across the world we ask the question ‘How do you show you care?’
Megaphone Democracy brings together ideas of Activism and small gestures that impact the world we live in.
12-14 & 18-21 May 2016 at 7pm
Guild Theatre, Level 1, Union House, University of Melbourne
Bookings Essential at http://chook.as/uht/megad
Running Time: Approx 40 mins (no interval).
Doors open 6:50pm, performance starts 7pm
Director – Olivia Allen
Lighting Designer – Jenny Hector
Sound Designer – Marco Cher-Gibard
Stage Manager – Harriet Gregory
Production Manager – Gus Macdonald
Head Technician – Clynton Jones
Set Realisation – Jim Stenson
Assistant Stage Manager – Nicole Bennett & Claudia Oke
Lighting Operator – Bonnie Jo Belford
Marketing and Publicity – Erin Adams
Graphic Design – Daga Mikolaj
Ng Sze Min
Clothing: The performance will take place in several outdoor locations. Please wear weather appropriate clothing and walking shoes. In the event of cancellation due to bad weather, ticket holders will be notified.
Please bring headphones or earbuds if you have them.
Latecomers: Please note that audience members arriving after 7:15pm will be unable to join the show.
Download the PDF Program: http://umsu.unimelb.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/UHT_MegaDem_Program.pdf
Transcripts will be available for performances on the 18-21 May
The Guild Theatre and the performance path are wheelchair accessible. The performance will involve travelling a distance of approx 800m
For further accessibility information please call 83446975 or email firstname.lastname@example.org