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23 March 2024: RE-EMERGENCE Film

    Rebus Theatre presents
    THE TWYFORD – Hall venue
    Saturday 23 March 2024
    7.30pm – 9.30pm

    Be greeted on the red carpet for this film premiere and enjoy a drink and nibbles on arrival!

    Ticketing for this event is managed directly by Rebus Theatre.  Twyford Gift Certificates not valid for this event.

    Ticket prices
    Supporter ($50) | General Admission ($15) | Concession ($5) |
    People with lived experience of disability or mental health challenges (including carers) FREE – but please book your free seat so you don’t miss out.


    An uplifting film by disabled actors from across rural NSW about their experiences of Drought, Bushfires and Pandemic.

    Re-Emergence is the culmination of over three years of exploration with disabled actors in regional NSW, interrogating the question, “how do we emerge from bushfires, covid19, drought and other disruptions over recent years?”.

    We’ve collected stories, heartfelt conversations, and dramatic scenes. Blurring the lines between documentary and drama, “Re-Emergence” captures the raw essence of these stories, highlighting the resilience of communities in times of disruption. A fictional story about a fractured community awaiting a storm is interspersed with real stories of isolation, perseverance and community-building from the cast – all experts on overcoming adversity.

    Life imitates art as both the real cast and the fictional characters discover new ways to “re-emerge”, reinvent themselves and find connections with each other. Against the backdrop of scenery from Regional NSW, “Re-Emergence” invites audiences to learn from the wisdom of the natural world – a true representation of resilience and transformation, where every storm yields to a new sunrise and every obstacle is an opportunity for growth. The film, like nature itself, paints a portrait of communities finding strength in the ebb and flow of life.

    ‘Re-Emergence’ is made possible thanks to funding from the Australian Government Department of Social Services.

    Rebus is also supported by Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres and the ACT Government.