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Dissent

Arts House
North Melbourne
Arts House, 521 Queensberry Street
North Melbourne, Victoria 3051 Australia

Date

20 Mar –
24 Mar

About the Show

Roll the dice, make your choice.

Four players are invited to take on the role of a fellow community member. As the rest of us watch, an unnerving and hyperlocal world is created through imagination and play. The streets of North Melbourne become a site of escalating and discomforting choices, where the lines of responsibility between ‘individual’ and ‘community’ blur.

From shapeshifting Māori storyteller Daley Rangi, Dissent is an irreverent and provocative exploration of everyday resistance. Each roll of the dice and subsequent decision shapes an unfolding story, as we face predicaments that bring us into conflict with forces of authority, and with our own morality.

With custom-designed game pieces and a supportive and playful host, this is a warm-hearted, immersive, and imaginative exploration of ethical and social dilemma.

No-one is forced to play, but as the game unfolds, you won’t be able to look away.

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Roll the dice, make your choice.

Four players are invited to take on the role of a fellow community member. As the rest of us watch, an unnerving and hyperlocal world is created through imagination and play. The streets of North Melbourne become a site of escalating and discomforting choices, where the lines of responsibility between ‘individual’ and ‘community’ blur.

From shapeshifting Māori storyteller Daley Rangi, Dissent is an irreverent and provocative exploration of everyday resistance. Each roll of the dice and subsequent decision shapes an unfolding story, as we face predicaments that bring us into conflict with forces of authority, and with our own morality.

With custom-designed game pieces and a supportive and playful host, this is a warm-hearted, immersive, and imaginative exploration of ethical and social dilemma.

No-one is forced to play, but as the game unfolds, you won’t be able to look away.

Date

20 Mar
24 Mar

About the Show

Roll the dice, make your choice.

Four players are invited to take on the role of a fellow community member. As the rest of us watch, an unnerving and hyperlocal world is created through imagination and play. The streets of North Melbourne become a site of escalating and discomforting choices, where the lines of responsibility between ‘individual’ and ‘community’ blur.

From shapeshifting Māori storyteller Daley Rangi, Dissent is an irreverent and provocative exploration of everyday resistance. Each roll of the dice and subsequent decision shapes an unfolding story, as we face predicaments that bring us into conflict with forces of authority, and with our own morality.

With custom-designed game pieces and a supportive and playful host, this is a warm-hearted, immersive, and imaginative exploration of ethical and social dilemma.

No-one is forced to play, but as the game unfolds, you won’t be able to look away.

Read More

Roll the dice, make your choice.

Four players are invited to take on the role of a fellow community member. As the rest of us watch, an unnerving and hyperlocal world is created through imagination and play. The streets of North Melbourne become a site of escalating and discomforting choices, where the lines of responsibility between ‘individual’ and ‘community’ blur.

From shapeshifting Māori storyteller Daley Rangi, Dissent is an irreverent and provocative exploration of everyday resistance. Each roll of the dice and subsequent decision shapes an unfolding story, as we face predicaments that bring us into conflict with forces of authority, and with our own morality.

With custom-designed game pieces and a supportive and playful host, this is a warm-hearted, immersive, and imaginative exploration of ethical and social dilemma.

No-one is forced to play, but as the game unfolds, you won’t be able to look away.

Date

Director :
Daley Rangi
Performance Dates & Times :
Wednesday 20 – Sunday 24 March 2024 Wed 20 – Fri 22 March, 7pm    Sat 23 March 3pm & 7pm  Sun 24 March 5pm
20 Mar
24 Mar
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