THE REVOLUTION NEEDS YOU LISA

Posted by Morgan Leek, November 25th, 2009

resist: the right to revolution
performance four

Target: The Right Honorable, The Lord Mayor, Lisa Scafiddi
Location:
Council House, Level 11, 27 St Georges Tce, Perth

On Wednesday 25th of November at 11am, fourteen battle ready champions from Mosman Park Primary participated in a tug-of-war contest to decide whether citizens should have ‘the right to revolution’ in the first Australian Bill of Rights. If successful, the results were to be delivered toThe Right Honorable, The Lord Mayor, Lisa Scafiddi.

THE PEOPLE VOTED FOR THE RIGHT TO REVOLUTION and the declaration was delivered to Council House for Perth councils consideration.

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THE REVOLUTION NEEDS YOU CHRISTIAN

Posted by Morgan Leek, November 24th, 2009

resist: the right to revolution
performance three

Target: Attorney General Christian Porter
Location: Governers House, 29th Floor, Allendale Square, 77 St Georges Terrace, Perth

On Tuesday 24th of November at 1pm, fourteen battle ready champions from Yokine Primary participated in a tug-of-war contest to decide whether citizens should have ‘the right to revolution’ in the first Australian Bill of Rights. If successful, the results were to be delivered to Attorney General Christian Porter.

THE PEOPLE VOTED AGAINST THE RIGHT TO REVOLUTION and the declaration was burned at the steps of Governers House.

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THE REVOLUTION NEEDS YOU KIM

Posted by Morgan Leek, November 24th, 2009

resist: the right to revolution
performance two

Target: Deputy Premier Kim Hames
Location: Parliament House, Harvest Terrace Perth

On Tuesday 24th of November at 11am, fourteen battle ready champions from Mazenod College and Applecross Senior High participated in a tug-of-war contest to decide whether citizens should have ‘the right to revolution’ in the first Australian Bill of Rights. If successful, the results were to be delivered to Deputy Premier Kim Hames.

THE PEOPLE VOTED AGAINST THE RIGHT TO REVOLUTION and the declaration was burned at the steps of Parliament House.

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THE REVOLUTION NEEDS YOU COLIN

Posted by Morgan Leek, November 23rd, 2009

resist: the right to revolution
performance one

Target: Honourable Colin Barnett, MEc MLA, Premier
Location: Parliament House, Harvest Terrace Perth

On Monday 23rd of November,  fourteen battle ready champions from Girraween Senior High participated in a tug-of-war contest to decide whether citizens should have ‘the right to revolution’ in the first Australian Bill of Rights. If successful, the results were to be delivered to WA Premier Colin Barnett.

THE PEOPLE VOTED AGAINST THE RIGHT TO REVOLUTION and the declaration was burned at the steps of Parliament House.

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Friday night thoughts.

Posted by Morgan Leek, November 13th, 2009

I have a friend who makes Fortune Cookie Friday posts on Facebook status each Friday. She hasn’t posted this week’s fortune  yet becasue she started a new job this week and will go straight from doing that to volunteering as a Front of House assistant for Performing Lines WA  down at the venue for The Garden. I am missing that bit of instant wisdom but I thank her and all our volunteer staff for their generous contribution to the success of Jambird’s show.

And what a success it has been. Sold out all week ! And tickets were not that easy to come by in the first week either. So much hard work, by so many people. What a joy that it has provoked such a response from the theatre goers, and what a pleasure to see all the smiling faces walking out of the building every night.

What more could a producer ask for?

Thank you artists, staff, volunteers, mums, relatives, friends and housemates. And thank you audience.