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100% Melbourne

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May 5, 2012 6:00 pmtoMay 6, 2012 6:00 pm

Are you the 1 per cent? Or are you the 71 per cent? Some would say you stand with the 99 per cent. Have no idea what I am talking about? Well, read on.

After 100% Berlin, Vancouver and Vienna, now it’s time for 100% Melbourne.

100 everyday Melburnians will bring the statistics and demographics of Melbourne to life in a unique part-theatre, part-game, part-reality performance.

In a chain reaction style of recruitment, Melbourne’s first participant was elected then had 24 hours to recruit the next, continuing on until the cast reached 100. With casting now complete, tickets are on sale for this must-see performance.

WHEN: 7.30pm on Friday 4 and Saturday 5 May, 6pm on Sunday 6 May
WHERE: Melbourne Town Hall, 100 Swanston Street, Melbourne
WEB: melbourne.vic.gov.au/AboutMelbourne/ArtsandEvents/ArtsParticipation/Pages/100percentMelbourne.aspx


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