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In Conversation: Jodee Mundy. Photo by Giulia Giannini McGauran

In Conversation with Jodee Mundy

The In Conversation series provides a professional platform for artists to discuss – in an in-depth way – their work, themes, development and original approach.

What’s coming up?

The next event in the series – Up Close and Personal – is a conversation between artists Jodee Mundy and Alex Jones. It’s taking place on Thursday 7 June at 6:30 pm in the Lennox Theatre, Riverside Theatres in Parramatta. This is a free event, but bookings are required. If you’re ready to book, click here.

Jodee will be interviewed by Alex who’s an actor, entrepreneur and Accessible Arts board member.

This event will be a unique chance to discover what’s behind Jodee’s engaging storytelling. As the only hearing member of a Deaf family, Jodee’s conversation with Alex promises to reveal insights into her engaging life and inclusive art. As Jodee says, “We are all born inclusive.” Come along and find out why.

Context for this In Conversation

This In Conversation event (7 June) is taking place immediately before Jodee’s two performances of Personal (8 and 9 June) at the same venue. According to a recent review by Andrea Simpson on the ArtsHub website: “The performance is wholly inviting and generous.” To purchase tickets to Personal at Parramatta Theatres, Riverside, visit here.

This event will be an ideal opportunity to gain insights before attending the performance. Or, if you have already seen Personal at another venue on its tour, your perspective will make you an ideal audience member.

What about access?

The conversation between Jodee and Alex will take place in Auslan. It will be simultaneously interpreted into spoken English. The words will also be projected onto a screen (open captioned). The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Will I be able to ask questions?

Absolutely. There will be a chance for a question and answer period following the conversation. Audience members can ask their questions in Auslan or spoken English and they will be interpreted.


To read about our previous In Conversation event, visit here.

Photo: Jodee Mundy by Giulia Giannini McGauran

This page was first published on 10 May 2018.

When: 07/06/2018 6:30 pm
Where: Riverside Theatres
Corner of Church and Market Streets
Parramatta, NSW
Access information:
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