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When

Sat 5-Sun 20 March 2011

Artist Talk: Thur 10 March, 6.45pm, Courtyard STCWA

Captioned Performance: Wed 16 March, 7.30pm
Bookings: 6488 5555

Audio Descriptor Performance: Sat 19 March, 2.15pm

Price

Standard $64.50
Friends and Conc $49.50
Students $24.95
Preview $44.50

Indigenous Program Partner

Woodside

Supported by

Australia Council

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government's Major Festivals initiative, managed by the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, in association with the Confederation of Australian International Arts Festivals.


Boundary Street
Black Swan State Theatre Company (Australia)
Commissioned by Perth International Arts Festival with Brisbane Festival. Written by Reg Cribb, Original Music by James Morrison, Directed by Kate Cherry.

EXTRA SHOW ADDED A matinee on Wed 9 March, 1.15pm has been added. Book by clicking BOOK NOW or call Festival Bookings & Info on (08) 6488 5555.

The year is 1942. The Japanese have bombed Darwin and loom on Australia's doorstep. But as war blazes overseas, a battle is brewing in sleepy, conservative Brisbane.

Boundary Street was the demarcation line between races, segregating black American servicemen and Indigenous Australians. For a short time during WWII it was also home to the hottest, most swinging new club in the Southern Hemisphere, Dr Carvers.

Providing Australian women and musicians with their first taste of edgy jazz, hot new dances and dangerous foreign liaisons, Dr Carvers broke the personal and racial boundaries of the day. Unfortunately every party comes to an end ... some with more ferocity than others.

Boundary Street ignites the stage with sizzling new jazz tunes by James Morrison, nostalgic period covers and eye-popping swing, jive and jitterbug dancing.

WINNER 2009 RODNEY SEABORN PLAYWRIGHTS AWARD

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When
  • Sat 5 Mar, 7.30PM - Sold out
  • Wed 9 Mar, 1.15PM - Sold out
  • Tue 8 Mar, 7.30PM - Sold out
  • Wed 9 Mar, 7.30PM - Sold out
  • Thu 10 Mar, 7.30PM - Sold out
  • Fri 11 Mar, 7.30PM - Sold out
  • Sat 12 Mar, 2.15PM - Sold out
  • Sun 13 Mar, 5.00PM - Sold out
  • Tue 15 Mar, 7.30PM - Sold out
  • Wed 16 Mar, 7.30PM - Sold out
  • Thu 17 Mar, 7.30PM - Sold out
  • Fri 18 Mar, 7.30PM - Sold out
  • Sat 19 Mar, 2.15PM - Sold out
  • Sat 19 Mar, 7.30PM - Sold out

EXTRA SHOW ADDED A matinee on Wed 9 March, 1.15pm has been added. Book by clicking BOOK NOW or call Festival Bookings & Info on (08) 6488 5555.

Where

Heath Ledger Theatre, State Theatre Centre


Address: Corner Roe and William Streets, Northbridge

Located inside the State Theatre Centre in Northbridge, the Heath Ledger Theatre is a 575 seat multi-purpose theatre for music, dance, and theatre.

Transport
The State Theatre Centre is located a few minutes walk from the Wellington Street Train Station and Wellington Street Bus Port. As two major public transport hubs in Perth's CBD, there are a range of busses and trains servicing this area.

Transperth InfoLine: 13 62 13
Transperth Website: http://www.transperth.wa.gov.au

Parking
Carparking (with disabled bays and lift access) is available at:
- State Library Carpark (access from James and Francis Streets)
- Cultural Centre Carpark (access from Roe Street)
- Citiplace Carpark (access from Roe Street)

Etiquette
- Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break during the performance, some performances may not allow latecomers entry, please check your ticket for details.
- Mobile telephones and electronice devies are to be turned off during the performance, they can sometime affect the sound equipment as well as disrupting the artists and other audience members.
- Cameras, video cameras and tape recorders will not be permitted without the consent of the promoter.

Access
The State Theatre Centre is accessible to patrons with impared mobility. It is recommended that patrons with special requirements state their needs when booking tickets.

An infrared hearing system for deaf and hearing impared patrons is available. An Audio Description Service for blind or vision impared patrons is offered for certain performances.

Wheelchair seating is available in the Heath Ledger Theatre. Please check when booking which seats are available as these may change with each performance. Accessible toilets are located on Basement 2, Basement 1, Level 2, Level 4 and in the Courtyard.

Pick up and set down points are available on William Street, close to the main entrance.

For access information visit the Department of Culture and the Arts website.




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