A new performance by Michelle St Anne and Julie Vulcan with The Living Room Theatre

Screening from:

18:30 GMT Friday 05 March (UK)

06:30 AEDT Saturday 06 March (Sydney)

Dark Interludes

Grief expands and contracts temporalities.

The breath in deliberately occupies space

The pause elongates the moment

The release amplifies a remembering

All to be repeated in a ritual of remembering, and remembering, and…

To be enveloped by the extraordinary senses that are opened by grief is to be present to the shared space of loss and lamentation that exists across time and species. By recognising the patterns of our own pain, beauty, and suffering we might begin to understand how we as humans might break the cycle of the forever unjust.

a film by Michelle St Anne  and Julie Vulcan

with The Living Room Theatre


Samuel James

Sound Design:

Ashley Scott


Imogen Cranna

Michelle St Anne

Julie Vulcan

Double Bass:

Maximillian Alduca

Marie-Louise Bethune

Dave Ellis

Jacques Emery

Will Hansen


Amanda Stewart


Rosie Boylan

Production Assistant:

Peter Keogh

Thank you:

Joseph Somma

Filmed on location:

Gundungurra Country (Southern Highlands)

Gadigal Land (Inner-West Sydney)

Supported by:

Invisible Dust for ‘Forecast’

Dedicated to the many named and unnamed

Please note: we recommend that you view Dark Interludes on full screen and in a quiet space with headphones on if you can.

About the Living Room Theatre

The Living Room Theatre creates sensory-rich theatrical experiences in hurt and abandoned spaces that confront the pain and beauty of contemporary life and gives voice to those on the fringes of society


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