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Emilie Collyer, who had an awesome piece in the latest Torpedo, has a creative, thoughtful and immediate kind of blog, between the cracks

- Literary Minded

 'Kate and Emilie ... bemuse and delight'                    'Stunning characterisations'

Maybe we’re never together

We’re born, we live, we die. In between there’s a lot of talk about love and other similarly awkward things. Kate and Emilie have been in conversation for a long time. In this strange and funny work, stories are recorded, re-written, re-told and re-collected.  It’s an intimate look at friendship, the things we do together and the ways in which we’re always alone.

"A clever and revitalizing work that is well worth seeing." Susan Sandow, Stage Whispers. Read the full review here.

This is a brand new work premiering as part of Big West Festival 2011.

Written and performed by: Kate Hunter and Emilie Collyer

Dramaturg and direction: Glynis Angell

Sound consultant: Ben Grant

Lighting designer: Katie Sfetkidis


Venue: Bluestone Arts Hub, 8 Hyde Street, Footscray

Dates: Wednesday 16th – Saturday 19th November

Times: 9pm

Tickets: $20 / $15



Supported by the Besen Foundation and Maribyrnong City Council. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.

Image: Mark Gambino