and the award goes to...
We have just been announced the winner of the Business SA 2014 Creative Industries Export Award in recognition of our international work including winning Best Show with Me and My Shadow at IPAY Philadelphia, touring Me and My Shadow to the New Victory Theatre in New York and the Kennedy Centre in Washington, our work in Singapore creating mOOn ballOOn as part of the Asialink Residency and developing the University of Texas/Austin relationship through The Balloon Project residency and A>R>T. Congratulations and thanks to all staff, creative teams and partners and especially to our funding bodies and supporters. It is wonderful to be recognised in this way by the business sector.
we're off to philadelphia
We are thrilled to have been selected as one of the Showcasing artists for the International Performing Arts for Youth (IPAY) event held in Philadelphia next January. We will present The Moon’s a Balloon to a network of producers, presenters, agents, artists, educators and students involved in all forms of theatre, music, dance, circus and puppetry from around the world.
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2014 Cranky Bear premiere season South Australia
2014 Patch Associate Director Thom Browning Announced
2014 Mr McGee National Tour
2014 Patch Associate Director Sally Blackwood Announced
2013 Patch Associate Director Naomi Edwards Announced
2013 The Moons A Balloon Come Out
2012 Me and My Shadow Sydney Awards
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With much sadness we advise that our dearly loved former Chairperson, Deborah Pontifex has passed away after a long illness. To honour her extraordinary contribution to Patch Theatre Company over many years, we presented her with a plaque naming the Odeon Theatre's foyer "The Deborah Pontifex Foyer" in her honour. Loved by many, always remembered. Vale.