"The most exciting work was happening in the venues that were not publishing. So we wanted to find a way to make that possible"
Chamber Pot Opera is back in Sydney, and cast and creatives are chummier than ever.
The issues of a silenced culture, segregation, and colonial attitudes, are as relevant today as they were when the show was first written.
“We wanted to be an advocate of sorts. To provide a voice for people who have traditionally been voiceless in the industry”
Is it possible that as a nation we possess the requisite talent to make good shows, but lack the confidence to acknowledge and tour them?
The Prop recommends this documentary for viewing by any performer with a passion for making it big. Hell, it's for anyone that's ever dared to dream.