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PERFORMING ARTS OF WA AWARDS

Proud to have been nominated for Best Director at the PAWA awards for Lysistrata.

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THE COMMUNISTS ARE IN THE FUNHOUSE

"The Communists Are In The Funhouse is a well-constructed devised work that explores a delicate subject in a beautiful and intimate way. The ensemble open up and are very giving with their performances, and add new voices that are shining a spotlight on women’s experiences. Not only does it achieve all of this, it might make the women in the crowd realise that their pain is legitimate. That their experiences are shared and the men in the audience to also realise the pain that women undergo is legitimate – and that’s a very commendable message to communicate." Fourth Wall Media

"The cast work very well together and the action is beautifully paced, with a well constructed order and well edited action.

Retro film touches are used to great effect and the red balloon filled set is interesting, and fittingly both annoying and unpredictable

Tempest, which is a consciously feminist company, has once again produced a quality production, that addresses issues important to women, with an all female cast and crew." Stage Whispers

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MELBA

MELBA

"A heartfelt, intimate performance..." Isolated Nation

"...exquisite moments..." Gutter Culture

"A little treasure..." Stage Whispers

"4 STARS" Fourth Wall Media

(Dis)Solution - sisters driving each oth

(DIS)SOLUTION

Subiaco Arts Centre Oct 2018

"This hour long show tells a compelling story that is a pleasure to watch. An engaging show that is well worth seeing...well written, well directed and well acted little gem of a show" Stage Whispers

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LYSISTRATA

Subiaco Arts Centre June 2018

"Unapologetically pink and pretty, while the vibe is power" Stage Whispers

“Lysistrata has been confused in its feminist message in the past, but in this production there is no doubt. This is a fierce, fiery, and feminist manifesto that should be seen by everyone.” The Fourth Wall Media

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SPARROW

Subiaco Arts Centre April 2018

“As playwright, Susie Conte has created a work of strength and sincerity.” LA Review thetvolution.com

“Conte’s adaptation takes in the soaring, almost romantic, style of Skinner’s prose. She delivers the performance with a gravitas that allows the audience to get to know Skinner’s life, her isolation and her musings on memory, sexuality and gender.” West Australian

“A simple story of loss and despair eloquently told. A Must.” San Diego Reader


“An enticing monologue” Rotunda Media

“Conte gives an unhistrionic performance that pays respect to her subject and her concerns – the place of women in the world, the nature of love and its lack, the impulse to art. It is well, and sometimes beautifully, supported by a simple, austere design, complementing the narrative without distracting us from it. Sparrow is a well-constructed and enlightening window into people and times that have faded from memory. It’s good to have this chance to see them again.” David Zampatti (SeeSaw Magazine)

The Yellow Wallpaper (2017)

THE YELLOW WALLPAPER

FringeWorld Perth Jan 2017

Why We Do What We Do

OUR MISSION

tempest is best known for producing and directing textural, magnetic and visceral female centric shows. we are drawn to unveiling the domestic spaces that women inhabit. our work is transformative and raw. we are committed to creating spaces for women to grow as well as mentoring the next generation of female artists.

 
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EVE, MARY & BRITNEY
Mon, Jul 13
Subiaco Arts Centre
Jul 13, 7:00 PM
Subiaco Arts Centre, 180 Hamersley Rd, Subiaco WA 6008, Australia
Virginity is regarded as a valuable commodity in some cultures. In the past, a woman's options for marriage were largely dependent upon her status as a virgin. But what does this “currency” mean? A radical reimagining of ideas around power, status and silence.
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LIGEIA
Tue, Oct 27
Subiaco Arts Centre
Oct 27, 7:00 PM
Subiaco Arts Centre, 180 Hamersley Rd, Subiaco WA 6008, Australia
Edgar Allan Poe's short story reimagined.
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A DOLL'S HOUSE
Tue, Apr 14
Subiaco Arts Centre
Apr 14, 7:00 PM
Subiaco Arts Centre, 180 Hamersley Rd, Subiaco WA 6008, Australia
A moment in time. A suspended breath. A door slam. A Doll’s House - a bold new one woman adaptation of the Ibsen classic. Adapted and directed by Susie Conte.
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YIN YANG WEST AUSTRALIAN

Feb 9, 2019

LADY BEAUFORT

Feb 2019

WEST AUSTRALIAN

July 10, 2018

 
 

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SUSIE CONTE

Artistic Director

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Audio Visual Lead

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