If you followed up on the Insider’s program recently launched by the Sydney Opera House for fellow arts industry members then you’ll already have received an update on some of their current events.

If not then you might be interested to learn that they’ve just launched a new series called on’t miss the first UnWrapped which is a curated series staging some of Australia’s best contemporary performance works which have rarely been seen beyond their premiere seasons.

UnWrapped runs from 9 – 13 May. 

You can explore the program in more detail here

The program includes:

Two Jews walk into a theatre…

Director and performer Brian Lipson and choreographer Gideon Obarzanek meet on stage in the shoes of their fathers in a funny and provocative theatre piece with all the intimacy, understanding and horror that only a son can supply.


A deeply personal exploration of disability and duality, artist Jodee Mundy shares her experience as the only hearing person in a Deaf family through a captivating blend of performance, storytelling, multimedia and animation.

Mother’s Ruin: A Cabaret about Gin

Maeve Marsden and Libby Wood, two of Australia’s rising cabaret stars, stumble and soar through tales of love and women, gin and secrets. Equal parts historical and hysterical, we explore the history of gin through story and song.

A Faint Existence

Acclaimed Australian dancer-choreographer, Kristina Chan, performs her solo debut work — a powerful physical meditation on fragility and mortality in the age of climate change.

Inclusive Cultures

How can we move beyond the frames of disability and access? Join Jodee Mundy, Emily Dash and Sarah-Vyne Vassallo to discuss inclusion as a culture and how it’s integrated within their arts practice.



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