Off The Record
Co-produced by Force Majeure and Carriageworks in partnership with Dance Integrated Australia
How much of yourself do you reveal to the outside world?
Whilst we like being heard, there may be consequences to over-sharing. So, over time we learn to keep our inner voice quiet; to abide by ‘acceptable’ behaviours. But away from society’s judging eyes, would you behave differently?
Off The Record is a light-hearted exploration of the rituals that govern the way we live; weighing up the consequences of playing it safe and toeing the line, versus breaking the rules.
In this Australian premiere, Force Majeure and Dance Integrated Australia bring together a diverse group of artists to consider life ‘off-the-record’.
Directors Danielle Micich and Philip Channells
Set & Lighting Benjamin Cisterne
Sound Kingsley Reeve
Text Dramaturg Zoe Coombs Marr
Performers Jana Castillo, Alex Jones, Gerard O’Dwyer, Marnie Palomares and Neil Phipps
Dates & Times
17 – 18 August, 8pm
19 August, 1pm & 8pm
20 August, 2pm & 8pm
Venue Carriageworks, 245 Wilson Street Eveleigh NSW
Bookings via Ticketmaster
Please call the Ticketmaster Contact Centre on 136 100 or email if you require wheelchair accessible seating, have special needs or are otherwise unable to complete a ticket purchase online.
The entire Off The Record season will be AUSLAN interpreted by performer Neil Phipps.
Download a Word document about access here.
If you have any questions about accessibility, please don’t hesitate to contact Colm O’Callaghan on 02 8571 9086 or email
Force Majeure and Dance Integrated Australia will introduce participants to the creative process used to create Off the Record. This is an opportunity for arts workers interested in learning more about creating dance theatre with artists with and without disability.
Date Monday 8 August, 10am – 4pm (lunch provided)
Expression of Interest please email
Off The Record is commissioned by Carriageworks for the National Arts and Disability Strategy New Normal.
The project is supported by the NSW Government through the NSW Department of Family and Community Services and Arts NSW and by devolved funding administered by Accessible Arts (AARTS) on behalf of the Lifetime Care and Support Authority (LTCSA).
Photo: Gregory Lorenzutti