It is with much excitement that we announce our newest production Utopiate, a humorous and heart-warming odyssey following an intergalactic mission to escape the pain and suffering found on Earth.

There are three sessions available and we have been offered the possibility of a fourth show if we can sell 75% of tickets well in advance.

We are so proud of the work our cast has done on this ambitious new show. It is important to us that they experience a four show season, and the opportunity to reach more audiences. The Rebus team would really appreciate it if you could book as soon as possible so that we can reach that target. 

We’d also appreciate it if you could spread the word amongst your networks and friends.

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The Theatre, Belconnen Arts Centre
Nov 4-12
Adult $35 Concession $25
Book your tickets here: https://www.belcoarts.com.au/utopiate/

Please book in advance as early as possible… If we sell enough tickets we’ll get a 4th show on Friday November 11th!

Running time: 60 minutes, no interval

With seemingly good intentions, a group of aliens introduce humans to a pain-free planet, with unexpected results. Is this world without pain as attractive as it sounds? Can we truly experience growth and love without adversity?

Join Rebus’s cast of disabled actors, and actors with lived experience of mental ill health as they journey through the stars.

Utopiate explores the experiences, challenges, and voices of the cast through an audio-visual feast amalgamating dialogue with physical theatre, soundscapes (live and recorded), and audio-visual design.

Utopiate was created through Rebus Theatre’s Flair program, which invites the diverse cast to take the next step in their professional practice and creatively explore social issues through metaphor.

7pm Friday 4 November 2022
3pm Saturday 5 November 2022
3pm Saturday 12 November 2022

Supported by the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund – an Australian Government initiative.

‘Flair’ is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.

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