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Sit Down Comedy: Call out for contributors! Screen Australia have supported the development of a sketch comedy show led by Ade Djajamihardja who is a stroke survivor and wheelchair user.

Are you a person with a disability or a person connected with the disability community who would like to be involved with this program in some way? If so what talents or skills could you bring to this show? Roles as on-camera talent, in the writer’s room, and more are available.

Please email your answers to the following questions. You are welcome to respond with video content or a word document.

1. Why would you like to be involved with Sit Down Comedy? (This is an opportunity for you to demonstrate your wit and humour and tell us what talent you could bring to the table). What type of role would you be interested in? (eg. Acting, crew, writing, graphic artist, marketing?)

2. This is a sketch comedy; so if you are interested in writing then please do tell us something funny (max 500 words). Maybe you would like to share the most absurd thing that has happened to you or just tell us a funny story that is in some way connected to disability.

Send your application to ade@a2kmedia.com.au before the 27 April.

This may or may not lead to further involvement. New talent is encouraged to apply.

Image: Ade Djajamihardja
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