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02 September 2017

Segue 2017: Who Wants To Be?

The show where the audience gets to decide on how to spend the entire box office. 

What happens when you ask a room of Canberrans to agree on how to spend a pool of funds?  This innovative event offers a witty cocktail of power, people and passion that places the audience in charge of all the answers, all the questions and the rules.  By the end of the show the money must be spent and the decision must be unanimous. And the more people who come, the more money’s on the table.

Think you have a life-changing project? Or campaign?  A brilliant give-away scenario?  An intervention that will change a life? Or do you just enjoy finding out what gobsmackingly brilliant or bonkers things other people want to make happen.

Who Wants To Be? puts everyone in the moment for every part of the rollercoaster ride and offers a clever and creative theatrical event to explore our collective imaginative power.

Co -founder of The People Speak, Mikey is an artist, raconteur, inventor, and chat show host. He is the originator of Talkaoke and has toured the world hosting it in a huge variety of contexts. He has developed a number of different formats for non-directive discussion and exchange that are central to The People Speak’s ethos.

The People Speak offers an extraordinarily innovative and technologically exciting approach to socially engaged public art that enables ordinary people to feel energised, excited and fully involved in the process.

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THE STREET PRESENTS
A SEGUE 'WHERE AUSTRALIA MEETS EUROPE' PRESENTATION

WHO WANTS TO BE?

SATURDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER, 7:30PM

TICKETS $20

STREET 2 | UNRESERVED SEATING | 120 MINUTES INCLUDING INTERVAL

15 Childers St,

City West ACT 2601

Directions & Map

Monday - Friday

10am - 1pm

 

Also opens

1.5 hours prior

to performance.

 

02 6247 1223
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