PACT's program includes the development and presentation of new work from local emerging artists, residencies and scholarships, forums for cross-disciplinary, critical discussion and space hire for independent performance-makers.
A PDF of of our 2018 Artistic Program is available online.
The final PACT Salon for 2018 is curated by Bonnie Cowan and Alex Stevenson.
Curated by James Nguyen & Digby Webster, PACT Salon: The Wild Things is where strange creatures and things converge in a world of light, performance, visuals and sounds.
In 2013, after 17 years of being on air, Richard Mercer left his final Love Song Dedication. It was Trisha Yearwood’s 'How Do I Live (Without You)?' Now, two nihilists attempt to fill the void that The Love God left behind.
Ninefold’s new supernatural thriller subverts Shakespeare’s unnamable play.
Cloé Fournier and Dean Walsh will be joined by Nick Atkins (PACT alumni artist and Board member), Julie Vulcan (previous PACT Artistic Director) and Katrina Douglas (current Artistic Director) in an informal discussion about inter-generational collaboration, dialogue and exchange.
A double bill featuring renowned artists Cloé Fournier and Dean Walsh. AFTERGLOW: Generations premieres 13th to 16th June at PACT.
Produced by Karul Projects, SNAP *CLICK* SHOT is an exciting new work choreographed by Thomas E.S. Kelly.
The second PACT Salon of the year: APACTALYPTIC curated by Cloé Fournier, will be bringing together some of Sydney’s most exciting artists from various disciplines to creatively reflect on their experience with "the ends of the world"
The first Salon of the year, organised by Desire Lines, takes as its inspiration the uncertain nature of performance itself, and the potential of this uncertainty to challenge the things we think we already know.
A two day intensive for artists keen to learn more about funding, budgets, marketing and publicity.
DJs will perform on PACT's foyer stage from 7.45pm after 'On The Border of Things: Part One'.
A bilingual performance installation exploring the movement of people, agriculture and the environment from Sydney-based interdisciplinary artist James Nguyen.
The final AFTERGLOW of 2017 is a double bill of First Nations artists Cheryn Frost and Karrul Projects
PACT Salon, curated by Matt Cornell and feat. Angela Goh, Sezzo Snot, Vanessa Marion and Adam Warburton.
In the space...
Le Petit Theatre Sydney presents its adaptation of 'Lysistrata' by Aristophanes, directed by Anna Jahjah.
Lysistrata, an Athensian, who's as smart as she is brave, is on a mission to convince the women of Athens, and all of Greece, that there is only one way to put an end to the war: a coital lockout – no sex for the men until they stop fighting.
In this contemporary version, major scenes are played twice: once in the original text and then in modern language. Lysistrata then becomes the spokesperson of a feminist group whose coital lockout is for gender equality.'