True Colours Festival - the Asia Pacific Celebration of Artistes with Disabilities
I Forgot to Remember to Forget
I Forgot to Remember to Forget is the latest production by Australia’s No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability.
Have you ever lost your keys? Do you remember where you put your phone? Remember that day when you were little and the school seemed too big? Memories…we all have them…right?
I Forgot to Remember to Forget is an experimental theatre piece that investigates memory. Who are we? How do we store memories? What happens when we lose them?
The production came to life out of an exciting collaboration with four performers, who share their sometimes traumatic experiences of acquiring a disability through illness, injury or birth, and explores how we accept the changes. How we re-learn everything. How we sometimes forget it all.
This is an innovative, fun and touching exploration with participants who identify as living with ‘memory problems’.
Catch the world premiere in Singapore during the True Colours Festival - the Asia Pacific Celebration of Artistes with Disabilities. Admission is free, but reserve here before they run out!
The world premiere will be performed together with a Work in Progress showcase of their collaboration with Very Special Theatrics, My Home is Not a Shell. Catch them both!
Also: Catch No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability sharing insights and take part in their workshop at the Arts & Disability International Conference 2018
As part of our efforts in harnessing the power of the arts to shape an inclusive society, SIF is supporting this under its Arts for Good initiative.
|Time:||15:00 - 17:00|
|Date:||24 Mar 2018 - 25 Mar 2018|
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