Marco Cher-Gibard
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Megaphone Democracy

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Presented by Union House Theatre
Directed by Olivia Allen

How do you show you care?

Megaphone Democracy is a theatrical exploration of action, apathy, cynicism and ‘clicktivism’.

Through extensive interviews with individuals and organisations, at protests and online from all walks of life, across the generations, across the political spectrum, and across the world we ask the question ‘How do you show you care?’

Megaphone Democracy will bring together ideas of Activism and small gestures that impact the world we live in.

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12-14 & 18-21 May 2016 at 7pm
Guild Theatre, Level 1, Union House, University of Melbourne
Tickets: FREE!
Bookings Essential at chook.as/uht/megad
Running Time: Approx 40 mins (no interval).
Doors open 6:50pm, performance starts 7pm
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Dybbuk

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In Shloyme Ansky’s landmark Yiddish play of 1914, a young bride is possessed by the ghost of the man she was meant to marry—a Dybbuk.

Love, death, and ghost stories, join us—if you dare—for a night of haunting tales about possessions, obsessions and Dybbuk discoveries.

Dybbuk features a dream team of writers reading short, original stories, that evoke the mysterious possibilities beneath our usual realities: journalist Michael Gawenda and his musician son, Husky; storyteller and writer Arnold Zable; playwright Jessica Bellamy; performer and academic Yoni Prior; and comedian Josh Glanc. Also featuring, Klezmania.

Concieved and Directed by / Samara Hersch
Dramaturg / Lara Thoms
Sound Design / Marco Cher-Gibard
Lighting Design / Dans Maree Sheehan

With / Anna McCarthy, Shian Law, Joshua Ferenbach and more
Special thanks to / 
Zoe Scoglio, Bec Reid, Andrew Firestone & Adva Weinstein

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Sex & Death

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Sex and Death invites you to reflect on life, death and what happens in between. Part-date, part-photoshoot, it’s a chance to ask the big questions to someone a little older and wiser, and to consider the experience of yourself changing through time. Bring a photo of yourself – just you, from at least ten years ago – the further back the better. A time that was significant then, or feels significant now. But most importantly, a time you can talk about. Through playful and provocative encounters, explore how time shapes, morphs and ultimately makes us who we were, who we are, and who we will become.

Concept & Direction: Samara Hersch
Photographer & Collaborating Artist: Ponch Hawkes
Collaborating Artist: Bec Reid
Sound Design: Marco Cher-Gibard
Make Up and Stylist: Lou McLaren

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Give Me Your Love

Give-Me-Your-Love-Review-BACGive Me Your Love is the second instalment of Ridiculusmus’s three-pronged investigation into innovative approaches to mental health. Informed by the latest scientific research, it explores the healing potential in altered states of consciousness. Sound design by yours truly.

More info here.

This entry was written by Marco, posted on November 5, 2015 at 11:27 pm, filed under Announcement. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

MASS

zoe-scog-1024x613Very happy to be working with Zoe Scoglio on her new site specific work MASS.  Stars, cars, and the movement of the planets…

 

This entry was written by Marco, posted on July 9, 2015 at 9:27 am, filed under Announcement. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

I am a Miracle

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Working on sound design with David Chisholm as Composer and Musical Director.

Season runs form 18 Jul – 9 Aug. Book here

This entry was written by Marco, posted on July 7, 2015 at 10:13 am, filed under Announcement. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

sister feedback+filterlife launch

Now at my house!!!

3 July 2015 from 6pm, 22 Barrow St Brunswick

check out the gallery and listen here or by using this link: http://sister.fm/music/feedbackfilterlife/

for vinyl sales contact me or ben, $25 plus postage

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This entry was written by Marco, posted on June 7, 2015 at 10:05 am, filed under Announcement. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

Depth of Field

A new work by Chunky Move and Co-Presented wtih the Malthouse Theatre for Dance Massive 2015!

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Live sound design by yours truly.

Fri 6 – March 7pm – Preview
Sat 7 – March 7pm – Preview
Mon 9 – March 7pm – Preview
Tues 10 – March 7pm – Opening!
Wed 11 – March 7pm – Show 2
Thurs 12 – March 7pm – Show 3
Fri 13 – March 7pm – Show 4
Sat 14 – March 7pm – Show Closing!

check out details and book here

This entry was written by Marco, posted on February 23, 2015 at 11:37 am, filed under Announcement. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

Out Hear / Summersalt Festival 2015

Its nice to be back in Melbourne…

This Thursday thru Sunday i’ll be performing / participating with  Dale Gorfinkel on a sound walk exploring the southern edges of the city as part of the Summersalt festival. Along with other legends Jim Denly, Anthony Magen, John Jacobs and Kevin Lo.

TIMES
Thursday 5 Feb – 6pm
Friday 6 Feb – 6pm
Saturday 7 Feb – 10.30 am (this session is wheelchair accessible)
Sunday 8 Feb – 10.30 am

to register email: info@summersaltfestival.com.au

more info

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Room Noise

In Jan/Feb i’m excited to be working with Matt Prest and Claire Britton to make a new performance installation called Room Noise. 

Room Noise is a performance installation that puts the audience at the centre of an ever-changing architecture. Four ‘life-size’ rooms will join in different configurations to create a labyrinth in which performers enact a series of images and tasks while they manipulate the space.”

Read more here

This entry was written by Marco, posted on January 9, 2014 at 10:21 pm, filed under Uncategorized. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

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