Presented as part of Catapult National Youth Circus & Physical Theatre Festival

Bathurst NSW, Australia


Directed by Adam Deusien & Alison Plevey

Physical Theatre/Directing Mentor - David Clarkson, Stalker Theatre

Costumes designed by Annemarie Dalziel



Performed by

Thomas Matthews, Rebekah Kordas, Matthew Davies, Ellie Nunn, Alexander Woodhouse, William Tredinnick





During 2012, Stalker shared their acrobatic and stilt walking skills with the Bathurst community. In 2014 Stalker returned to build on these skills with six local emerging artists and build towards a grand performance called Switch for the Catapult 2014 Festival.



Bathurst based physical performance company Lingua Franca, under the mentorship of David Clarkson from Stalker, were comissed to make SWTICH on these young artists, providing these artists with an opportunity to produce work that promotes local emerging artists and the work being made in regional centres at a national festival. Using the physical vocabulary implicit in work on stilts, the performance explored the rigid nature of power and status, and how fluid one's relationship with power can be 



Switch closed the Gala Performance night at Catapult 2014, providing a spectacular send-off to the young delegates.


Watch the full performance at the Catapult Festival Gala here