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On November 23rd 2011, 60 people with a disability & their carers from the Beyond ABBA program performed on Riverside’s main stage ‘Invisibility.’ This was the culmination of 3 terms worth of work exploring through video, movement and text what it feels like to be invisible and also what it feels like to be in the spotlight.

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“I was on the stage. It was really good. Dancing, singing, seeing myself on screen.  Giving mum and aunty a copy of the DVD.”
Macy, Beyond ABBA participant

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On November 23rd 2011, 60 people with a disability & their carers from the Beyond ABBA program performed on Riverside’s main stage ‘Invisibility.’  This was the culmination of 3 terms worth of work exploring through video, movement and text what it feels like to be invisible and also what it feels like to be in the spotlight.

Over 400 people enjoyed the 40 minute performance and were then all invited into Riverside’s courtyard for live music, dancing, karaoke and a BBQ. It also gave the audience a chance to view ‘Art on Paper’ an exhibition of art work by ruckus ensemble member Digby Webster.

Co- directors- Kirsty Fromholtz, Maurie Barlin, Alison Richardson

Video content- Tim Baines

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