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December 18, 2018

TWENTY ONE SIXTY FIVE is a paranormal, domestic thriller by me, Jules Orcullo, exploring close familial bonds, healing, and spirituality across a generational divide. The wonderful folks at Q Theatre have selected the play for a development residency at The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre in January 2019 to build the play.

We're currently looking for Filipinx performers and interview participants in Sydney to take part in the residency. For more information, head here if you're a performer, or here if you'd like to participate in interviews.

Catch Fever, a work-in-progress in Sydney

November 12, 2018

Catch a work-in-progress reading of FEVER at Contemporary Asian Australian Performance (CAAP)'s Longhouse: Works In Progress at Carriageworks. Tickets are only $10 and include food! The evening includes works in progress by composer and musician Charlie Chan and dance artist Ryuichi Fujimura, and play readings from Tasnim Hossain, and Jordan Shea.

FEVER is a short gross-out comedy written and directed by me, Jules Orcullo featuring Jeremi Campese, Tasha O'Brien, and May Tran. Thanks to EV Moore, Aileen Huynh, and patrons of The Joy Offensive. Come along and support new works by a range of emerging and established artists and book now.

Catch a scratch of phroot sahlad in Sydney

February 21, 2018

Catch a little snippet of phroot sahlad at Temple, a bi-monthly space for Asian Australian artists to share new work. Saturday 24 February @ Brand X's The Flying Nun. Line up includes Arisa Yura, Teik-Kim Pok and Jennifer Wong. Tickets are $20 and available here.


Hope to see you there!

Happy New Year!

January 11, 2018

Happy New Year! I am currently setting up shop in Australia, starting in Sydney. Belated congratulations to all artists involved in The Joy Offesnive's 2nd and 3rd events, ocean. at Omnibus Theatre and ancestors. at Theatre Delicatessen Broadgate.

See galleries for ocean. here, and for ancestors. here. Photographs of ocean. are by Julian Bruton.

Congrats to earth. artists!

November 13, 2017

One month ago today, The Joy Offensive, opened their first stage production with earth. at the Lyric Hammersmith. It featured short plays by women and non-binary writers from Australia and the talents of UK-based teams of performers and directors. Check out the event gallery here.

Our next event, ocean. takes place on Monday 20 November, featuring works by performance makers from Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands at Clapham's Omnibus Theatre. Book tickets here.

Introducing ... The Joy Offensive

September 17, 2017

I'm now operating under the production banner, The Joy Offensive. We're launching with a bunch of events for the end of 2017. Check us out here for more. And follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates.

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