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Apply Now: Invisible Cities Exclusive Industry Opportunity

Invisible Cities 2019

Apply for an Exclusive Industry Backstage Tour + Tickets for Invisible Cities 


When: Thursday, 26 September
Where: 880 Fairfield Road, Yeerongpilly, QLD 4105

Successful applicants will receive:

  • A guided backstage experience prior to the performance on Thursday 26th September with a senior member of the technical team.
  • Light refreshments prior to the performance of Invisible Cities stage show
  • Attendance at the Thursday 26th September performance at 7.30pm, followed by a special Q&A.
    (The show runs for 135 minutes and includes a 20-minute interval.)

Applications Close – Fri 13 September 

About the opportunity: 

Screen Queensland and Brisbane Festival are delighted to offer fifteen placements for an exclusive behind the scenes guided tour, followed by a performance of the most ambitious project presented by the Festival, Invisible Cities. 

Containing projection mapping by 59 Productions, this experience is the perfect opportunity to gain insight into the technical aspects of this show, and explore how performing arts and screen converge.

Inspired by the novel Invisible Cities, this Australian exclusive centres on the edgy relationship between Kublai Khan, the volatile head of a vast empire, and explorer Marco Polo, who must transcend a language barrier to describe it for him. This spellbinding mix of theatre, choreography, music, architectural design and projection mapping is on 24-28 September, at 880 Fairfield Road, Yerongpilly.

How to apply:

To apply fill in the online applications form. 

The application will ask for basic personal and professional details. You will be required to explain why this experience will benefit you professionally. Successful candidates will be those who SQ feel will benefit most from this experience. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

Presented by
Brisbane Festival, Tourism and Events Queensland, Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Philip Bacon Galleries and Screen Queensland