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I Forgot To Remember To Forget, Auslan Interpreted

A man dressed in a black tuxedo stands facing the audience. Behind him is a projection of numbers, prices, a television and the logo for the SANFL team, the Glenelg Tigers.

Where: Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre

When:

Thursday, 4 July 2019, Commences at 7:00 PM

A timely reminder of our responsibility as friends, family and society to remember and value every individual in our community, even when they have forgotten.

Devised, written and directed by No Strings’ Artistic Director Alirio Zavarce, in collaboration with the cast featuring Michaela Cantwell, Kathryn Hall, Cassie Litchfield, and Kym Mackenzie this show explores resilience, how we deal with and accept change, and sometimes how we forget it all.

“…a deeply touching and enchanting piece …”
– Shona Benson, Singapore Creative Arts

No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability, in association with the Adelaide Festival Centre presents “I Forgot To Remember To Forget” at the Adelaide Festival Centre’s Space Theatre.

ABOUT NO STRINGS
No Strings is a world-class theatre company that proudly works exclusively with performers living with disability. Our people are the stars, not just support act. Our award-winning productions deeply move audiences to the point where disability disappears. By letting ability shine through, we’re challenging expectations and educating society to achieve true inclusion. Our theatre showcases the power of diversity and acceptance, where disability doesn’t define.

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