Hip Hop Artisits – Joelistics & James Mangohig | BREC

Joelistics & James Mangohig: In Between Two

Run Time 70 minutes no interval
Price From $36 + BF
Presented By BREC, PYT Fairfield and Force Majeure

Post Show Q & A Session
Suitable for audiences 15+
Contains mild course language

Thursday
07 March 2019
7:00 pm

Like an hour with good friends—who just happen to have impeccable taste in tunes— this is a show that keeps to the beat of the human heart.

Two trailblazing stars of the Australian music scene survey the forces that have shaped their lives. Joelistics and ARIA-nominated producer James Mangohig are icons of Australian hip-hop, but their family histories are as complex and layered as their lyrics.

Both half-Asian, their respective heritages are woven through their experiences growing up in Australia. From a nightclub-owning grandma in an open marriage to globetrotting parents with a political streak, the pair lovingly paints a canvas filled with failed proposals and religious strictures, casual racism and empowerment through music.

In Between Two comprises two charismatic performers telling their stories through live music performance and spoken word against a backdrop of two screens which carry mapped projections of photographs, graphics, video and home movie footage. Joel and James also operate and play all musical instruments including an electric keyboard, electric bass guitar, acoustic guitar, electric stand-up bass, two samplers plus effects units.

WARNING: Contains mild coarse language

Cast & Team

Written, Composed & Performed By Joelistics And James Mangohig
Directed by Suzanne Chaundy
Set Design Eugyeene Teh
Lighting Design Lucy Birkinshaw
Visual Design Jean Poole
Dramaturges William Yang and Annette Shun Wah
Producer Annette Shun Wah

Post Show Q & A

Stay on after the show to put your burning questions to the stars behind the show, TZU’s Joelistics and James Mangohig in a 15-minute Q & A session.

“This is a hip hop show unlike any other. An Australian narrative challenging how you think, how you feel about society and its moral fibre.”

The Music