the rehearsal

at the BRINK festival 2021

will the real human being please stand up?

Theatre of the Sea is calling all citizens of hope. Let’s build an ark to preserve those species of human encounter we’ll need for a future which promises to be stranger than fiction. There is no time left to spectate, this is a rehearsal for real life!

t he rehearsal  is an experimental artwork in the service of societal transformation. It continues the tradition of Joseph Beuys' social sculpture by actively engaging audiences in the exploration of a more humane future. 

learn more about The Rehearsal Project 

learn more about what to expect as an audience member

performances for BRINK festival  

           Thursday 25th March 7.00 pm - 8.00 pm

           Saturday 27th March 4.00 pm - 5.00 pm

           Saturday 27th March 7.00 pm - 8.00 pm 

           Sunday 28th March 10.00 am - 11.00 am

           suitable for audiences 16 +

           strictly no photography, video or recording 

           COVID - regulations

venue  The Naval Store, Corner of Canning Hwy

          and Queen Victoria St, Fremantle

cost     a considered contribution according to gift                 economy after the performance 

           donate here

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what to expect as an audience member

The Rehearsal is a performative artwork in which audience members will join the troupe for warm-up exercises in speech and simple movement and become part of small scenes. It is not necessary to have any previous performance experience. You will be guided by directors Horst and Jennifer Kornberger and supported by Theatre of the Sea troupe members at all times. Be prepared to be on your feet for the most part of an hour with a short interval where you will be seated. Wear comfortable clothes.

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COVID regulations

It is important that you​ practice physical distancing by keeping 1.5 metres between you and a person not known to you at all times.

 

Keep close contact to under 15 minutes


Practice hand hygiene by washing your hands or using hand sanitiser.


If you are feeling unwell stay home


Be prepared to complete a contact register