FRANKSTON Arts Centre has launched its 2023 season.
Personal, a show which spotlights people living with disabilities, is scheduled to hit the stage next year. Silence and The Sunshine Club, stories from First Nations people, will also be performed.
Frankston Arts Centre head of programming Heidi Irvine said that the 2023 season will be “one of hope, passion, inspiration and most importantly, joy.”
“We welcome back some of our favourite companies and are thrilled to introduce you to some new faces. You’ll have the opportunity to see some of Australia’s best contemporary dance, engage in fun and fantastical family theatre, belly laugh out loud with great comedians and a couple of clowns, and discover little known stories which will fill your heart and soul,” she said.
“The 2023 season is an opportunity for us to make sure our stages are for everyone. Ensuring that the people, stories and faces across the works we present is indicative of the world we live in, is an important priority. We are making an active choice to embrace new beginnings and acknowledge that we are all ready for opportunities to smile again.”
The Arts Centre’s launch day event featured performances from Divine Miss Bette, and art rockers Otto and Astrid.
To check out the 2023 line-up visit thefac.com.au