Theatre of the Global Majority

Theatre of the Global Majority

Theatre of the Global Majority

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Theatre of the Global Majority is a free fortnightly program for people aged 18+ from non-white culturally diverse backgrounds. Led by ActNow Associate Director Yasmin Gurreeboo, alongside local artists Valerie Berry and Mahira Hasanović, Theatre of the Global Majority recognises non-white people make up the biggest population of people in the world – and the Australian arts scene needs to hold up their voices.

Theatre of the Global Majority focuses on crafting a fertile, exciting, and supportive environment for artists to make work and develop skills. ActNow invites culturally diverse artists from all creative backgrounds – and from aspiring to professional – to join us on this program to lead the cultural revolution.


Theatre of the Global Majority Workshop

Workshops are on every second Thursday from June 6th – Dec 19th, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

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MakeSpace, Level 2 Station Arcade, 52 Hindley St, Adelaide

ActNow Theatre’s workshop project, Theatre of the Global Majority, is a free fortnightly program for people aged 18+ from non-white culturally diverse backgrounds. Led by ActNow Associate Director Yasmin Gurreeboo, alongside local artists Valerie Berry and Mahira Hasanović, Theatre of the Global Majority recognises non-white people make up the biggest population of people in the world – and the Australian arts scene needs to hold up their voices.

Theatre of the Global Majority focuses on crafting a fertile, exciting, and supportive environment for artists to make work and develop skills. ActNow invites culturally diverse artists from all creative backgrounds – and from aspiring to professional – to join us on this program to lead the cultural revolution.

Cost: Completely Free!

Click here for access information.

If you have any questions, contact yasmin@actnowtheatre.org.au

Theatre of the Global Majority is supported by the State Government through the Department of Human Services and Arts South Australia, and by Creative Partnerships Australia through Plus1

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