A lot of people have been asking if we’re doing anything for Fringe. Are we ever!Read More
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Prisons are expensive. In the 2014-15 financial year, Australia spent $2.9 billion on them. We’re also sending more people to prison than ever before. Especially women. Over the last ten years, Australia has seen a 77% increase in the total number of women in prison.
But are those prisons effective?Read More
Coinciding with the 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence, Footscray's wit incorporated theatre company has announced an exciting new season for 2017 that puts women at the heart of the story.Read More
My mother will tell you that I always liked school. If I didn’t want to go, she knew I was either sick, bullied, or had a math test. Mum’s a teacher (especially skilled in drama and comprehension) and it’s thanks to her that I enjoyed school despite my tonsils, meanies and maths...
Article originally published in the March 2016 edition of Mamamag.Read More
After the success of our Performance Endurance Training session a few weeks ago, we're thrilled to welcome two more guest teachers for a pair of special Sundays at the Church events.
Over two Sundays in May, join us for Alexander Technique for Actors.Read More
Audiences will be delighted by the absurd comedy and touching humanity of Couch Potato, wit incorporated’s first show for 2016.
wit incorporated Company Manager Jennifer Piper features in the Australian premiere of Hayley Lawson-Smith’s hilarious take on what makes us tick and how we deal with the unexpected. Directed by wit incorporated Artistic Director Belinda Campbell, and featuring some of Melbourne’s finest independent theatre actors, Couch Potato opens at Bluestone Church Arts Space on Friday 12 February at 8pm.Read More