Monday, February 23, 2009


Sunday, November 23, 2008


Tickets selling fast...
Collapse Season Closes Sun 30th November
Don't miss the boat!
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Sunday, October 19, 2008

Tickets on sale now!

Tickets for Red Cabbage's November season of COLLAPSE are now on sale. Please go to to purchase.

Thursday, October 9, 2008


In November 2008, Melbourne based company Red Cabbage will be installing a large-scale site-specific performance which will transform a secret historical location in Williamstown.
The Melbourne premiere of Collapse is a tale of human survival within a society in crisis. Audiences will embark on a journey by boat to discover a post-apocalyptic community seeking grace in the midst of adversity.
Red Cabbage are a collective of artists who are well known for the production of striking visual spectacles and unusual promenade style performances. Since 2001 Red Cabbage have devised and performed several major productions including Half Full of Happiness, Sacrifice & Hedge-mony.
Proudly supported by the Hobson’s Bay City Council, Parks Victoria and the Williamstown Maritime Association.
An event not to be missed. Tickets are strictly limited.

Saturday, August 2, 2008

Thailand- 2

Performance as part of B-Floors "B-Fest"- a festival of physical theatre at Tadu Contemporary Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand. Performances 2-4 May, 2008.

Monday, July 21, 2008

Thailand Collaboration

Red Cabbage recently received funding from the Australia-Thai Institute (Dept Foreign Affairs and Trade) to collaborate with Thai Theatre Company B-Floor, and Australian performer Anna Voronoff. Red Cabbage members travelled to Bangkok where they spent a month working with B-Floor and local students and performers. The trip culminated in a showing of a short journey show, which delighted the local arts audiences.

Aviary (Louise Morris)

Aviary was performed at the Living Museum of the West in 2006 as part of the Masters program of Cabbage Louise Morris. Members of Red Cabbage, the VCA Animateuring course and associated artists performed in a two week season of this beautiful and unsettling visual theatre work.