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The Last Great (Retrospective) Hunt

The Last Great (Retrospective) Hunt

September 29, 2021

Company / Producer Name: The Last Great Hunt

Contact Person: Siân Roberts

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With an award-winning repertoire of tour-ready shows, we are eager to get back on the road and share our work with audiences. In addition, 2022 marks the 10 year anniversary of our award winning work IT’S DARK OUTSIDE, which we aim to make the focal point of this conversation by celebrating this work and looking back at all the tour-ready shows we have available all with unique stories, audiences and technical specifications that would suit a wide range of presenters.

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a severe impact on the interstate and international touring capacity and ability of WA’s arts companies. As a response to this, our focus has pivoted towards regional touring. IT’S DARK OUTSIDE will be celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2022. We are seeking support from presenters and venues, especially those based in regional WA in order to build a regional tour around the show, culminating in a Perth season to cap off the 10th anniversary celebrations for the work. We are also seeking expressions of interest for regional tours regarding the rest of our repertory. Regional tours could incorporate one or more of the following tour-ready works that we have: IT’S DARK OUTSIDE; BRUCE; THE ADVENTURES OF ALVIN SPUTNIK: DEEP SEA EXPLORER; FAG/STAG; BALI; NEW OWNER and recently premiered at Darwin Festival 2021 THE HYPOTHETICALS.

We are especially looking to partner with presenters and venues in regional WA to build tours around our diverse repertoire of work. Given the varied nature of our collected works, each show is uniquely suited to cater to a variety of audiences, groups, organisations and communities. Additionally, many of our works tackle universal truths and themes that know no boundaries, which makes them accessible and approachable for a range of audiences, including works that are suitable for all ages.