$30 / $27
Tuesday 21 March, 8pm (Preview)
Wednesday 22 March, 8pm
Thursday 23 March, 8pm
Friday 24 March, 2pm & 8pm
Saturday 25 March, 2pm
Phee Broadway Theatre
Mechanics Lane, Castlemaine
Presented by the Castlemaine State Festival at Castlemaine’s Phee Broadway Theatre as part of Asia TOPA, Between 8 and 9 (Chengdu Teahouse Project) is a 70 minute sound installation created by a group of Australian & Chinese artists led by Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey, featuring traditional instrumentation, new composition, electronics, sculptural design and vocal performance.
This work is created by all artists involved in a collaborative process led by Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey.
Collaborating performing artistsCarolyn Connors (vocalist/accordion/winds), Madeleine Flynn (pedal organ/toy piano/vintage electronics), Guo Si-Cen (郭思岑) (erhu), Tim Humphrey (brass/electronics), Kang Yan-Long (康彦龙) (vocalist), Wang Shuai (王帅) (percussion), Wang Zheng-Ting (王正亭) (sheng/winds) and Zhu Hui-Qian (朱荟钱) (vocalist)
Collaborating artistsJim Atkins (acoustic facilitation), Ching Ching Ho (dramaturgy), Ben ‘Bosco’ Shaw (lighting) and Anna Tregloan (installation and costume)
Production collaboratorsKellie Jayne Chambers (production & stage management), Minglu Chen (陈明露) (production assistance), Amanda Carr & Rebecca Dunn (costume-makers), Hahnie Goldfinch, Lauren Spark, Yvette Turnbull, Oden Wilson & Steph Wright (installation-makers), Jake Jobling (lighting crew/realisation), Dr Adrian Tien (田映春博士) (academic consultation), Emilie Collyer (text consultation), Professor Gan Shao-Cheng (甘绍成) (Chengdu project liaison), Dr Wang Zheng-Ting (王正亭) (Melbourne project liaison), Tim Stitz (creative producer).