Opportunities to develop and present work at all levels, from studio showings to main stage productions

Throughout the year, choreographers are offered the opportunity to develop and present work with production values at all levels. For maximum impact, the majority of these performance opportunities aim to segue straight from training or collaborative programs directly into the public arena, where key learnings can be implemented back into practice. From studio showings to full evening presentations at the State Theatre Centre of WA, all manner of platforms, sites and festivals are available for expression.

A series of innovative presentation platforms have been developed though new partnerships with The Blue Room Theatre with Winter Shorts, plus Co:3 Australia and the State Theatre Centre of WA with And Then Some.

2019 will also witness a new journey with the West Australian Opera and Stephanie Lake and the nal performance outcome of STRUT’s exclusive partnership with Maxine Doyle – SUNSET. Maxine Doyle is one-half of Punchdrunk, pioneers in site-based dance theatre performances the world over. Punchdrunk design large scale, immersive experiences for promenading audiences. The Drowned Man and Sleep No More are cited as some of the most attended and critically lauded performances in recent history. SUNSET will be presented during the 2019 Perth Festival.

Check Performances for further details as we near each event.