SHOWS

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Music

Tutti offers an excellent range of musical entertainment from choirs for larger public events like festivals, concerts and conferences through to smaller ensembles for AGM’s and private events. All groups sing a diverse range of music:

  • The Tutti Choir of 50-60 singers including soloists
  • Poco Tutti – a smaller choir of 20-25 singers
  • Soloists and accompanists for special occasions.

For more information contact: sue.morley@tutti.org.au or call 08 8422 6511

The Sisters of Invention

The Sisters of Invention are an internationally acclaimed alt pop girl group.
For more information contact: michael.ross@tutti.org.au or call 08 8422 6511

This Isn’t Disneyland by the Sisters of Invention; written and developed with Michael Ross and Pat Rix.

Links to national and international articles about
The Sisters of Invention 

Global Observatory for Inclusion:

http://www.globi-observatory.org/celebrating-disability-through-art/

Dailylife.com:

http://www.dailylife.com.au/news-and-views/dl-culture/meet-the-sisters-of-invention–just-dont-call-them-inspirational-20141209-123axz.html

Theatre

Tutti and Company @ have produced a number of smaller shows suitable for touring either as full shows or educational sessions which include filmed excerpts.

History of Autism

http://www.adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au/come-out-childrens-festival/events/history-of-autism/

The untold story of Autism from the 19th Century to the present which gives a unique perspective on the lived experience of Autism in a frank and funny way.

“A cast of brilliant autistic actors show vivid and honest portrayals of the often difficult times faced by people on the spectrum.” Luke Wagner, Adelaide Theatre Guide
For more information please email: julian.jaensch@tutti.org.au

Eye Music

Produced in May 2014, Eye Music is powerful cross art form theatre work which grew out of a series of conversations between playwright Pat Rix and Jem’s real life analogue, Jeremy Hartgen which took place in the last year of Hartgen’s life.

“For all its enjoyable whimsy, Rix’s script does not fail to interrogate the profoundly contentious relationships between disability, faith, sex and assisted suicide…The final scene is a truly transcendent, immaculately choreographed moment..” Ben Brooker, RealTime Arts

For more information please email: pat.rix@tutti.org.au

‘ONE’

A work about coping with aloneness. For more information please email: info@tutti.org.au

ONE


For bookings and more information, please call Tutti on 08 8422 6511 or email: info@tutti.org.au.

ONE Review

http://noplain.wordpress.com/tag/pat-rix/