Stunning Photography from The Search for Xiao Li’s Head

If you were unfortunate enough to miss out on seeing The Search for Xiao Li’s Head in the ACT’s stunning bamboo garden, check out the fabulous photography taken while the performances were on. read more →

Our Man in Beijing goes to Langkawi, Malaysia 24 & 25 May 2013

We are almost there in body, cast and crew. Almost an out of body experience at this stage seeing that everyone is so excited. In fewer than 14 days, we are off to Langkawi where our first performances will be held at the Sugar Restaurant on Pantai Tengah in Langkawi. Sugar sits literally on the.. read more →

Our Man In Beijing goes to…. Malaysia!

In May of this year, we are going on tour to Malaysia, performing in the lovely island of Langkawi, Penang and of course, Kuala Lumpur. It is a real treat to be able to perform with the local Malaysian actors in their hometowns. A real intercultural experience for all of us. In Langkawi opening night.. read more →

OUR MAN IN BEIJING is on to celebrate Cultural Diversity Week this 16th March

As part of the cultural diversity week celebration Our Man in Beijing will be staged at the ACT Studio, 11 Cole ST, Brighton, on Saturday 16 March 2013 at 8pm. All are welcome. Contact Moni on 0419367261 or monilaistorz@gmail.com for tickets and details. Written by Moni Storz, starring Ashley Macklin, Sharon Karina, Lee Ton, Jo.. read more →

When there is love, money comes in easily – The Cross cultural Counsellor raised $1000!

A very satisfying effort indeed. The cross-cultural counsellor, the ACT’s first ChinDian performance raised a $1000 over three little shows for Prasad Australia. The skit can be the beginning of a fully developed play and let us hope that the writer Graham Pitts will now be encouraged to do it. The ACT’s mission is to.. read more →

What is an intercultural theatre: the story of the ACT

When a word is so overused that it can have so many meanings, eventually it becomes meaningless. Take the word Multiculturalism. Or “Asian” as used in Australia. The word “multiculturalism” is bandied around in Australia very carelessly especially by politicians when they are trying to be politically correct. If we are not careful we can.. read more →