RISING - The Dispute

A play discussing divorce, giving voice to children, with Theatre directors Jackson Castiglione and Mohamed El Khatib, translated by Isabelle Mangeot-Hewison.

Five children sit on large blocks on a stage. The child in the middle holds a eukele. Another child is behind a large white square at the back of the stage. Two life sized duplo toys are on stage on either side of the shildren.

RISING 2021 Podcast series

The RISING 2021 Podcast asks artists to unravel their ideas on an audio platform.


Duration
30 minutes

In 2021, RISING festival will take art and performance from behind closed doors to unexpected public places.

In a post-Covid world, artists have recalibrated their ideas to reach audiences in new and challenging ways. 

The RISING 2021 Podcast series asks artists to unravel their ideas on an audio platform.

This episode featuring children with Theatre directors Jackson Castiglione and Mohamed El Khatib, translated by Isabelle Mangeot-Hewison.

The Dispute brings us words spoken in a direct, unflinching way on the subject of divorce.

In the play, acclaimed French theatre director Mohamed El Khatib invites children of parents who have split up to take to the stage and give their own points of view.

In this conversation, the children point the microphone towards El Khatib and Jackson Castiglione, director of the performance in Melbourne. 

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