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What's new to Stream in June?

What's new to Stream in June?

Celebrate World Environment Day on Stream

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The weather might be cooling down, but Stream’s new releases are piping hot as we head toward the midway mark of 2022. Speaking of climate, we’re celebrating World Environment Day (5 June) with a chance to go deeper into the spectacular icecapade of Legs On The Wall’s THAW, Fehinti Balogun’s urgent Can I Live?, which is accompanied by a poignant panel discussion, a fascinating look into the Opera House’s Artificial Reef Project, and an archived talk from Antidote, exploring the urgent ethics of climate journalism. Also this month: the return of our Ideas At The House podcast, and the Umbilical Brothers tangle with a kids’ classic as only they know how.

Environment Season
Legs On The Wall: THAW – No Time To Waste

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Back in January, Sydney-siders were treated to an unusual spectacle: one brave woman perched atop a giant ice cube, suspended high above the city’s harbour at the peak of summer. THAW marked a dramatic return for renowned local company Legs On The Wall, who delivered an art installation as a metaphor for climate change in a world hanging – quite literally – in the balance. Catch all the highlights of this eight-hour nail-biter, plus interviews with the talented people behind the project.

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Environment Season
Theatre Complicité: Can I Live?

Free to stream

In an era where First Nations communities are more likely to be affected by climate change but less likely to have their voices heard on the issue, this dynamic digital performance from actor and activist Fehinti Balogun raises vital questions about the relationship between the environmental crisis and the global struggle for social justice. Combining spoken word, rap, theatre and animation, it’s an urgent, moving personal journey of how a young Black British man found his place in the climate movement. 

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Environment Season
Theatre Complicité: Can I Live? Panel Discussion with Fehinti Balogun

Free to stream

Join Sydney Opera House’s Head of First Nations programming Beau James as he talks with filmmaker and Can I Live? creator Fehinti Balogun, climate change campaigner Tishiko King and environmental researcher and campaigner Bhiamie Williamson. This lively, inspiring discussion unpacks Fehinti’s performance and speaks to the effects of the climate catastrophe on First Nations communities around the world.

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Environment Season
The Artificial Reef Project for Kids

Free to stream

Take an exciting tour of the Sydney Opera House’s Reef Project, an initiative that aims to install a modular artificial reef underwater around Bennelong Point and  help restore the natural beauty of the shoreline. The Artificial Reef Project lets kids learn about the ways we’re looking after our iconic backyard and working toward rebuilding the natural habitat of fish and small animals, and prompts them to think about their own environment – and how they might protect it. 

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Environment Season
Covering Climate - Antidote

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How should journalists present the climate emergency? In an archive session from Antidote 2019, Kerry O'Brien hosts an exploration into the urgent ethics of climate journalism with editor and publisher Kyle Pope, scientist Tim Flannery, TV news anchor Desi Anwar & author and activist Anna Rose.

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Footlights & Booklights | The Prince and the Witch and the Thief and the Bears read by the Umbilical Brothers

Free to stream

Get ready for an especially acrobatic storytime this month as Australian comedy duo The Umbilical Brothers bring their particular set of physical comic skills to a reading of The Prince and the Witch and the Thief and the Bears, Alastair Chisholm and Jez Tuya’s Princess Bride-esque kids tale featuring a broccoli-wielding ninja frog, a jewel thief and a lock-picking princess. Expect absurdist laughs, back-breaking physicality and plenty of oddball sound effects from Australia’s favourite comedy duo. And be sure to check out the full series of wonderful Footlights & Booklights episodes now available.

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Seconds To Stage

Free to stream

New to Stream this month are classic episodes from our award-winning Contemporary Music series, Seconds To Stage. Watch Underworld, Skepta, A$AP Rocky, Chvrches, Interpol, The Internet and more in their final moments just before showtime at the Sydney Opera House.

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BONUS: Ideas At The House Podcast - All About Women 2022

Our popular Ideas At The House podcast returns, with all-new weekly episodes releasing through until August. This season, we dive into All About Women 2022, the Sydney Opera House’s provocative, wide-ranging annual Festival inviting audiences to gather and reflect on burning questions about gender, equality and justice. The new series includes talks and panel discussions featuring Grace Tame, Clementine Ford, Roxane Gay, Laura Tingle and many more.

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