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Double Bill with Lacey Bilger and Hugo Poulet

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Catapult Dance Choreographic Hub and PACT Centre for Emerging Artists present: Double Bill with Lacey Bilger and Hugo Poulet. The evening features Low Level by Lacey Bilger and the world premiere of Orbital by Hugo Poulet. Don’t miss out on two exhilarating new dance works by up-and-coming choreographers, bringing the voices of a fresh new generation of dance makers.

Low Level by First Nation’s emerging choreographer Lacey Bilger “tells the story of me embodying my totem the Goanna, travelling mother country. The search for mother was desperate, in hope for a new beginning in a life of relocation, peace and home. You will witness the annihilation of the tree, bulldozed over, fires set around me, and the tumultuous emotional state I endure.” Lacey Bilger is a Proud Kalkadoon woman, Born on Wiradjuri, grew up on Darkinjung Land. 

Orbital by Hugo Poulet, a brand new choreographic work performed by Emily Eather, Lorcan Power and Hugo Poulet, follows the rite of rituals that entrance us into heightened states of being, riding the flow of experience. Three performers become metaphors for life, giving and receiving, being held and offering support. The many layers and cycles that continually weave through each other, ultimately constituting ‘time’. How do we experience the unfolding together? Birth, death and becoming. We all share the conditions of life, bound by the structures that rule us.


  • Date: Friday 5th April 2024
  • Time: 6:00pm -7:30pm 
  • Location: 107 Railway Parade, Erskineville (PACT Centre for Emerging Artists)

    About PACT

    PACT’s vision is driven by the belief that emerging artists are the engines that power the arts sector, producing the most ground-breaking works of today and tomorrow. For almost 60 years PACT has provided performance makers with the time, space, and professional development needed to advance their artistic careers and drive forward the performance culture of Australia. Since 1964, PACT has been situated on the unceded land of the Gadigal people. We are privileged to gather and create art on their land and would like to pay our respect to elders past and present. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

    Access Information

    PACT is committed to the health and well-being of our employees, artists, and visitors.
    Animal/pets: Unfortunately due to landlord restrictions, we are unable to allow dogs into our venue (including the courtyard space) with the exception of guide dogs and therapy dogs. 

    PLEASE NOTE: If you have any access requirements you would like to discuss prior to purchasing a ticket please contact

    PACT is a fully accessible space with a small ramp at the entrance, flat floors throughout and dedicated wheelchair-accessible toilet and accessible street parking (non-dedicated). The closest accessible train station is Newtown Train Station (15 mins). PACT is committed to making our projects and performances as inclusive as possible for everyone to enjoy. If you have any suggestions or would like any information in another format, please don’t hesitate to contact us:

    Phone 02 9550 2744 or email 
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