• Well Met – Jen DeLuca 810 DEL
  • A Taste for Love – Jennifer Yen 810 YEN
  • Seven Days in June – Tia Williams 810 WIL
  • One Last Stop – Casey McQuiston 810 MACQ
  • True Crime Story – Joseph Knox 820 KNO
  • The Maidens – Alex Michaelides 820 MIC
  • Nancy Business – R.W.R. McDonald A820 MACD
  • When You Are Mine – Michael Robotham A820 ROB
  • The 22 Murders of Madison May – Max Barry A820 BAR
  • The President’s Daughter – Bill Clinton and James Patterson 810 CLI
  • Cry Me a River: The Tragedy of the Murray-Darling Basin – Margaret Simons 333.91620994 SIM
  • Red Flag: Waking up to China’s Challenge – Peter Hartcher 327.94051 HAR
  • The End of Certainty: Scott Morrison and Pandemic Politics – Katharine Murphy 994.072 MUR
  • The Coal Curse: Resources, Climate and Australia’s Future – Judith Brett 363.738740094 BRE
  • The High Road: What Australia Can Learn from New Zealand – Laura Tingle 320.994 TIN
  • Je, Tu, Nous: Toward a Culture of Difference – Luce Irigaray 305.42 IRI
  • No Country Woman – Zoya Patel 305.42092 PAT
  • Inferno: A Memoir – Catherine Cho 618.7 CHO
  • Stranger Care: A Memoir of Loving What Isn’t Ours – Sarah Sentilles 362.734092273
  • The Ghost in the Garden: In Search of Darwin’s Lost Garden – Jude Piesse 576.82092 PIE
  • My Inner Sky: On Embracing Day, Night and All the Times in Between – Mari Andrew 155.25 AND
  • Big Friendship – Aminaou Sow 177.62082 SOW
  • The Comfort Book – Matt Haig 158.1 HAI
  • So You Think You Know What’s Good For You – Norman Swan 613 SWA
  • Living While Black: The Essential Guide to Overcoming Racial Trauma – Guilaine Kinouni 305.8 KIN
  • Late Bloomer: How an Autism Diagnosis Changed My Life – Clem Bastow 616.858820092 BAS
  • Nice Racism: How Progressive White People Perpetuate Racial Harm – Robin DiAngelo 305.8 DIA
  • The Swimmers – Marian Womack 820 WOM
  • The Unbroken (Magic of the Lost #1) – C.L. Clark 810 CLA
  • We Are Satellites – Sarah Pinsker 810 PIN
  • Witchmark (The Kingston Cycle #1) – C.L. Polk 810 POL
  • The Beautiful Ones – Silvia Moreno-Garcia 810 GAR
  • Hummingbird Salamander – Jeff VanderMeer 810 VAN
  • Cinderella is Dead – Kalynn Bayron 810 BAY
  • G1rl One – Sarah Flannery Murphy 810 MUR
  • Parable of the Sower (Earthseed #1) – Octavia Butler 810 BUT
  • Parable of the Talents (Earthseed #2) – Octavia Butler 810 BUT
  • Rabbits – Terry Miles 810 MIL
  • One Billion Years to the End of the World – Arkady & Boris Strugatsky 891.7 STR
  • Grant 150: There Must be Ways to – 808 GRA
  • Granta 153: Second Nature – 808 GRA
  • I am a Cat – Natsume Soseki 895.6 SOS
  • Transcendent Kingdom – Yaa Gyasi 810 GYA
  • Unsettled Ground – Claire Fuller 820 FUL
  • Lincoln in the Bardo – George Saunders 810 SAU
  • The Other Black Girl – Zakiya Dalila Harris 810 HAR
  • Fault Lines – Emily Itami 810 ITA
  • Snowflake – Louise Nealon 820 NEA
  • Secrets of Happiness – Joan Silber 810 SIL
  • Heaven – Mieko Kawakami 895.6 KAW
  • Voyeur – Francesca Reece 820 REE
  • Interview with the Vampire – Ann Rice 810 RIC
  • Mrs Dalloway – Viriginia Woolf 820 WOO
  • Yours Cheerfully – A.J. Pearce 820 PEA
  • Phase Six – Jim Shepard 810 SHE
  • The Labyrinth – Amanda Lohrey A820 LOH
  • The Rain Heron – Robbie Arnott A820 ARN
  • At the Edge of the World – Daniel Davis Wood A820 WOO
  • Lucky’s – Andrew Pippos A820 PIP
  • After Story – Larissa Behrendt A820 BEH
  • She is Haunted – Paige Clark A820 CLA
  • The Shut Ins – Katherine Brabon A820 BRA

Films and Documentaries

  • A Perfect Planet (Huw Cordey & David Attenborough) – 551.46 ATT
  • Nobody (Ilya Naishuller) – 810 NAI
  • Land (Robin Wright) – 810 WRI
  • I Am Jackie O (Anna Wallner & Tanya Maryniak) – 973.932092 WAL
  • French Exit (Azazel Jacobs) – 810 JAC
  • In Fabric (Peter Strickland) – 820 STR
  • Chaos Walking (Doug Liman) – 810 LIM
  • Godzilla vs. Kong (Adam Wingard) – 810 WIN
  • Only The Animals (Dominik Moll) – 840 MOL
  • The Courier (820 COO) – 820 COO

TV Series

  • His Dark Materials S2 – 820 HIS
  • Case Closed vol. 6,7&8 by Gosho Aoyama CO CAS
  • Sabrina The Teenage Witch Vol.1 by Kelly Thompson CO SAB
  • The Sacrifice of Darkness by Roxane Gay & Tracy Lynne Oliver CO GAY
  • Eat, and love yourself by Sweeny Boo CO BOO
  • Monstress vol.5 Warchild by Marjorie Liu CO MON
  • The Girl Without A Face by Tearontaron CO TEA
  • Nicola Traveling Around the Demon’s World Vol 2&3 by Asaya Miyanaga
  • Everything Is Beautiful And I Am Not Afraid: A Baopu Collection by Yao Xiao
  • Birds Of Prey: Black Canary Edited by Chris Conroy & Erika Rothburg CO BIR
  • Hunter x Hunter Vol.7 by Yoshihiro Togashi CO HUN
  • Bleach vol.52 & 53 by Tite Kubo CO KUB
  • Batman: Kings of Fear by Scott Peterson CO BAT
  • Comics For Choice: Illustrated Abortion Stories, History and Politics Edited by Hazel Newlevant, Whit Taylor & O.K. Fox CO NEW
  • Batman Arkham: Victor Zsasz Edited by Alex Galer CO BAT
  • Batman Arkham: Joker’s Daughter Edited by Paul Santos CO BAT
  • Bad Weekend by Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips CO BRU
  • One Piece Vol 58, 59&60 by Eiichrio Oda CO ODA
  • The Banks by Roxane Gay CO GAY
  • Rick & Morty Vol.10 Michael Chrickton’s Rickworld by Kyle Starks CO RIC
  • Moonstruck Vol. 3 Troubled Waters by Grace Ellis CO MOO
  • Snotgirl Vol.3 Is This Real Life? by Bryan Lee O’Malley CO SNO
  • Kim Reaper Vol.1 Grim Beginnings by Sarah Graley CO KIM
  • Trees Vol.3 Three Fates by Warren Ellis CO TRE
  • Chu Vol.1 The First Course by John Layman CO CHU
  • Ghostly Things Vol.1 by Ushio Shiritori CO GHO
  • Fight Club 3 The Masterpiece Gambit by Chuck Palahniuk CO PAL
  • Sex Criminals Vol.6 Six Criminals by Matt Fraction CO FRA
  • The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Vol.12 To All The Squirrels I’ve Loved Before by Ryan North CO UNB
  • Old Lady Harley by Frank Tieri CO HAR
  • One Punch Man Vol. 10 by ONE CO ONE
  • Ms Marvel Vol.1 Destined by Saladin Ahmed
  • Harley Quinn Vol.1 Harley Vs Apokolips by Sam Humphries CO HAR
  • Mob Psycho 100 Vol.4 by ONE CO MOB
  • Fence Vol.4 Rivals by C.S Pacat CO FEN
  • A Quick & Easy Guide To They/Them Pronouns by Archie Bongiovanni & Tristan Jimerson CO QUI
  • A Quick & Easy Guide To Sex & Disability by A. Andrews CO QUI
  • A Quick & Easy Guide To Queer & Trans Identities by G.Mady & J.r Zuckerberg CO QUI
  • JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 3. Vol.6 Mohammed Avdol by Hirohiko Araki CO JOJ
  • A Man and His Cat Vol. 2 by Umi Sakurai CO MAN

Expression of Interest for Performers

Nora: A Doll’s House – a radical new version by Stef Smith, after Henrik Ibsen

Presented by Union House Theatre

Directed by UHT’s Artistic Director Xanthe Beesley and Liv Satchell.

Get creative and make lifelong friends whilst being part of this fantastic production.

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About the show:

Nora is the perfect wife and mother. She is dutiful, beautiful and everything is always in its right place. But when a secret from her past comes back to haunt her, her life rapidly unravels. Over the course of three days, Nora must fight to protect herself and her family or risk losing everything.

Henrik Ibsen’s brutal portrayal of womanhood caused outrage when it was first performed in 1879. This bold new version reframes the drama in three different time periods. The fight for women’s suffrage, the Swinging Sixties and the modern-day intertwine in this urgent, poetic play that asks ‘how far have we really come in the past hundred years?’

About the process:

Xanthe Beesley and Liv Satchell co-direct this new adaptation in a brave and innovative way, using lots of movement and contemporary theatre processes to create a large ensemble-based work. After a week-long intensive, rehearsals are part-time (including Saturdays and evenings) in the lead up to a busy production week and performances. The production will be cast from those who participate in the intensive.

This is an exciting and much-awaited chance to get involved in theatre on campus, try something new, discover different ways of creating theatre and meet a great community of like-minded friends.

Here’s what you need to do to get involved:

  1. Confirm you understand rehearsal and performance dates (see below)
  2. Fill out THIS SHORT FORM by Tues 13th July at midday.
  3. Come to the week-long rehearsal intensive 20 – 24 July (Tues – Sat)
  4. During the intensive, we’ll talk with everyone about roles, rehearsal requirements and dates

Please read before you fill out the form:

  • Everyone is welcome
  • No previous experience of theatre is required
  • There are opportunities for people who love speaking roles and movement roles
  • This production is planned to be an on-campus experience. If you are outside of Melbourne, we will have a fantastic program of online events linked to NORA that are designed just for you!
  • If you cannot commit to the dates, but would still like to participate in the weeklong intensive, you can – you just need to let us know this when you fill out the form
  • There will be opportunities for backstage roles as well
  • Involvement is free

Rehearsals for Nora are on at the following times:

Week-long intensive Tue 20 July – Sat 24 July, 10am–3pm

Rehearsals start Wednesday 28 July

Rehearsals times:

  • Wednesdays 4pm–7pm
  • Thursday nights 5:30–8.30pm
  • Saturdays 10:30am–5pm

(Please note these times are indicative only and may change slightly)

Nora technical rehearsals and performance dates:

To be in the cast, you need to be available for these dates:

  • Production week: Tuesday 21 Sept – Friday 24 Sept (some afternoons and all evenings)
  • Previews: Saturday 25 September (afternoon and evening)
  • Season Dates: Tuesday 28 Sept – Saturday 2 Oct  (evenings)

The technical rehearsals take place during the mid-sem break, performances are during Week 9.

A schedule with more specific times will be discussed during the intensive.

If you have any questions, please email artistic@union.unimelb.edu.au

Technical and Front of House Positions

University of Melbourne Student Union (UMSU) is seeking experienced casual theatre staff to assist within the Union and Guild Theatres in Union House. There are two roles that we are recruiting, to join a small team of technicians and front of house support staff.

We are looking for keen, enthusiastic and reliable people with experience or interest in theatre production, available to work weekdays, evenings and weekends throughout the year. Previous skills and technical qualifications or experience are desirable, but should not discourage interested people from applying.

The hours of work per week will vary each week and will depend on the requirements of the Theatres and at times seasonal in alignment with the Student Semester. Indicative hours will be between 4 and 16 hours per week.

The position descriptions are available here:

Technical Position Description

Front of House Position Description

This position attracts a casual base rate of $29.58 per hour plus applicable penalty rates.

To become part of this driven and passionate team environment, send your resume to production@union.unimelb.edu.au

Applications close 27th June.

Interviews for the positions will be conducted in late June / early July 2021.

Induction and training will be commencing in July 2021.

 

Please note: Only successful candidates meeting the desirable skills will be contacted.

 

Union House Theatre is looking to engage two recent graduates from our community to work as Peer Mentors on our upcoming production of Nora: A Doll’s House. If you loved your time at UHT and want to instil that passion in other people, read on!

Together with UHT’s Artistic Director, Peer Mentors will be responsible for the development and implementation of initiatives to inspire student engagement in the UHT community. They are also attached to the production team for Nora: A Doll’s House and share the responsibility for mentorship of student cast members and creatives.

You are:

  • a recent alumnus in our community (around the last 5 years)
  • an ‘ideas person’ and love making things happen
  • self-motivated and easy to work with
  • energetic and willing to inspire new students
  • have good availability between July and October, including out-of-hours and weekends

EOI process:

Please send a *concise* one-page letter including the following:

Info about you: tell us when you graduated, what you loved about the UHT community, how you engaged in theatre activities during your time at Uni and how this transformed you and helped you grow.

Some ideas: to get a taste for the way you think, please provide a couple of brief examples of activities you might run or could help to facilitate which support new students to engage in theatre on campus.

Your availability: what’s your schedule like? when are you free during July through to October and are you available to attend a selection of Saturday or evening rehearsals (Wed/Thur) throughout Semester 2?

Other info:

Remuneration = $35 per hour with an estimated time commitment of 30 hours across the project.

Where Government Restrictions allow, this work will be delivered in person.

Please include your email address and phone number plus any other relevant information you feel you’d like to share.

Send to UHT Artistic Director, Xanthe Beesley artistic@union.unimelb.edu.au

Deadline: 5pm Wednesday 23rd of June 2021