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RT119 Editorial


Sarah Rodigari, Filibuster of Dreams, presented at Arts House, part of the Festival of Live Art (FOLA), 13-30 March Sarah Rodigari, Filibuster of Dreams, presented at Arts House, part of the Festival of Live Art (FOLA), 13-30 March
photo Jessica Olivieri
In “The trouble with tragedy,” 2014 Sydney Festival productions inspire Keith Gallasch to ponder contemporary meanings and forms of tragedy and their antitheses.

We pay tribute to Performance Space’s 30 years with Caroline Wake’s feature report on 10 glorious days of performance, conversation and celebration, including Mike Parr’s Daydream Island, a deeply disturbing performance in response to the plight of asylum seekers.

Our second feature, West, focuses on Riverside Parramatta and Campbelltown Arts Centre, their 2014 programs, challenges and ambitions, and Virginia Baxter reports on FUNPARK in which the Bidwill community asserted their dignity through art.

Live art, its practitioners and aficionados get right royal treatment with the advent of the first biennial Festival of Live Art (FOLA) led by Melbourne’s Arts House. John Bailey previews.

A sad farewell to James Waites, 1955-2014. About to go to print, we heard of Jim’s death. Jim was a brave and dedicated reviewer, blogger and a fond colleague. An obituary will appear in RT120.

RealTime issue #119 Feb-March 2014 pg. 4

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