“Brief Moments of Solidarity in a World Gone Mad” is Andrew’s performance project for 2024. It will consist of a variety of improvisations, some alone and some with colleagues world wide. It started via zoom on New Years  Eve, when he joined with 11 colleagues to perform for each other.

Now we invite you to join as our audience, details on BMSWGM page. No 8- 3/8/24

Andrew Morrish is a freelance performer, teacher, facilitator and researcher, working in the areas of movement, improvisation and performance. He was one of Al Wunder's first students in Melbourne in 1982, and then became a long term member of Al's "Theatre of the Ordinary". He and Peter Trotman formed "Trotman and Morrish" in 1989, and they trained and performed together until 1999 when Andrew moved his work to Sydney and focussed on solo performing.

From 2001 to 2020 he divided his time between Europe and Australia, extensively teaching and performing solo performance improvisation.

Since 2020 he has been working live and on-line from Orbost in East Gippsland, Australia

Orbost is nestled on the Snowy River flood plain. This land has never been ceded by it’s Traditional Owners, comprising the Gunai Kernai, Bidwall and Ngarigo Monaro people.

We acknowledge that the brutal loss of this land remains as a scar on the land, and on the traditional people of this land