Presented by independent theatre company wit incorporated, enjoy scenes from your favourite local theatre, reimagined for the screen and released online.
You may not be able to go to the theatre right now, but you can still get your dose of accessible, inclusive entertainment made by local theatre-makers. Brighten your lockdown with Bits of Wit – your favourite scenes, reimagined for the screen and released online, launched alongside creators’ Q&A’s and then available to stream at your leisure.
Fans of Wit Incorporated’s 2019 season will recognise stories from original works How I Met My Dead Husband by Lansy Feng, and That Time Everything Went Well And We Were Totally Fine by Jennifer Piper and Belinda Campbell.
Starting Tuesday 23 June and running through to 14 July, join us on Wit Inc’s YouTube Channel at 8.30pm Tuesday evenings for the launch of these tantalising morsels of local theatre.
Credits: Jennifer Piper, Lansy Feng and Gemma Carfi
Bits of Wit is supported by City of Maribyrnong Together Apart Rapid Relief Funding; and Creative Brimbank’s Bowery Online program. Wit Incorporated thanks our local councils for their ongoing support of creative expression of, by and for the West.
The artists of wit incorporated meet, work and create our art on the lands of the Kulin nation. This land was never ceded and still belongs to those people. To their elders, past, present and emerging, we offer our respect and our gratitude.
This is project is part of the Bowery Online program, which support Brimbank artists and local communities to engage in online performances and workshops. The program will be rolled out for audiences on the new Creative Brimbank website and social media platforms over the next few months.