CPPM Manifestal'24: Ball is Life. Jennifer Bagg

Jennifer Bagg (1998) is an Australian artist, theatre-maker, actor, dancer and director. Having earned a Bachelor of Performing Arts (BPA) from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), she was recognised with the ‘Up and Coming Director’ Award (2019). 

Her original collaborative work and performances have been featured across Australia. Contributing to 8 Perth Fringe World Festival shows in just 4 years with 2 ‘Theatre Weekly’ awards for With Fire In Her Heart: The Edith Cowan Story (2021) and 3°  (2020), the latter which she directed. Her practice led her to working with established companies Dead Puppet Society Academy and The Farm across state-lines in Brisbane Festival (2020) and Perth Festival (2022). Prior to moving to Europe, her work was anchored in youth development at Barking Gecko Theatre Company and through her own independent project fully financially supported by DLGSC, Wild Places Elsewhere (2021). 

Her current artistic research is motivated by continuing to push the boundaries of interdisciplinary expression further betwixt the different games of our time. She relishes in creating from the unknown, in the power of the invisible and the body as eternal source more than ever as she prepares to graduate with a Master’s in Contemporary Physical Performance Making (CPPM) from Eesti Muusika-ja Teatrikadeemia (EAMT) in Estonia. 


12 March 7pm

13 March 7pm

14 March 7pm

15 March 7pm

Eesti Muusika- ja Teatriakadeemia black box, Tatari 13, Tallinn

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