'Seagulls... flying through times of plague' is a theatre performance that speaks about migration and freedom. The performers are international students, artists and theatre practitioners from all over the world, some with a refugee background. They bring together authentic narratives that remind us how similar we are in our search for a sense of belonging. The play is structured in four acts, mirroring Chekhov’s 'The Seagull'. The story builds on itself, through an interplay of migration testimonies, poetry, original music and visual art.
'...you know, it isn't where you're born that matters, it's where you choose to die - that's your country'. Richard Blanco
Thanks to Monash Uni Student Theatre (MUST, MSA) and Monash Graduate Association for their support.
Warning: Contains potentially triggering content or themes, including COVID-19/Coronavirus