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.

Adelaide Fringe 2019 Sessions

We Are The Theatre of the Global Majority round-table discussion

Wednesday 27th Feb, 12pm – 1pm 

Fringe Club, 74 Frome St, Adelaide

Join ActNow Associate Director Yasmin Gurreeboo and other ActNow artists of colour for a supportive round-table discussion about being culturally diverse artists in the Adelaide Fringe and beyond. Attendance at this event is for people of colour only.

Theatre of the Global Majority Special Fringe Workshop

Wednesday 27th Feb, 4pm – 6pm

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

Following the round-table discussion, we will be hosting a special workshop event. This drop-in event is specifically focused at artists in Adelaide Fringe and the wider Adelaide arts community as a space to share their work, their voices, and to develop skills in a culturally safe space.

Registration is not required but it is encouraged. You can register here.

Cost: Completely Free!

Click here for access information.

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

Three women of different cultural origins smile and laugh together on the street. The day is grey and so are their outfits, but their faces are not.

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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