Trigger Warning

Steamworks Arts | 19 & 20 August, 8pm

Part noise concert, part improvised performance, Trigger Warning is a fearless new sonic study into the mind and body of a woman who survived the horrors of war.

In a world defined by our obsession with security and terrorism, why do we turn a blind eye to the 65 million displaced people in the world who seek our protection?

Fuelled with unpredictability and raw energy, this live and loud encounter written and directed by Sally Richardson brings together renowned performer Hayley McElhinney (The Babadook, Sydney Theatre Company’s War of the Roses, Mother Courage and her Children) with composer and new music pioneer Dr Cat Hope, and Lighting Designer Joe Lui.

Trigger Warning is an experience that demands to be seen and heard.

  • Presented by PICA and Performing Lines WA

    Writer/Director
    Sally Richardson

    Composer/Musician
    Cat Hope

    Performer
    Hayley McElhinney

    Lighting Designer/Mixing
    Joe Lui

    Dramaturg
    Francesca Smith

    Movement Director
    Laura Boynes

    Produced by
    Performing Lines WA

    The presentation of Trigger Warning has been made possible by the support of PICA’s DIRECTOR’S CIRCLE

  • Dates & Times

    Fri 19 & Sat 20 August, 8pm

    PLUS pre-show panel discussion Saturday 20 August, 6pm – FREE, bookings essential

  • Duration

    60 minutes

  • Location

    PICA Performance Space

  • Warnings

    Suitable for ages 15+

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  • TICKETS

    Full: $30
    Member: $25
    Concession: $20

  • BOOKINGS

    pica.org.au / 08 9228 6300
    Or in person at PICA reception