Finding your Shell
Have you ever been in a situation where someone close to you is going through something big (puberty, redundancy, divorce, grief) and you don’t have the time to be the friend, mother, son, partner you want to be?
Life is complex, but it also happens fast, really fast, and sometimes we need to stop, pause and reflect on the changes in our lives.
This is where Threshold comes in.
Our experiences help you be the thoughtful, playful and deeply engaged human you want to be.
From a dinner party experience that holds friends together as a relationship falls apart, to a card game that helps you start a conversation with your partner about vasectomy, Threshold experiences will delight you and carve out meaningful time with those you love. All you have to do is show up with a Threshold product, and the rest is done. '
Here you will find articles that tease out some of these big moments, providing reflections on them from a range of perspectives. You’ll also find products that might help you to start the conversation you need to have, or just bring you closer to your loved ones as they are passing through these Thresholds.
We’re in the process of developing more experiences for the each and every Threshold, so if you would like to speak with us about our work, or your experience of a particular Threshold moment please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
For couples considering a vasectomy
A family activity kit
An experience that hold friends together as a relationship falls apart
Threshold is a new Australian company creating experiences that bring people together at life’s big moments. Co-founders Tahli Corin and Sarah Lockwood bring their expertise as theatre makers together to create products that allow people to experience the delight and impact of theatre in their own homes.
Threshold experiences provide prompts for deeper connection, for physical closeness and to help people to find the poetic or the playful in milestone moments. They carve out time and allow people to acknowledge the ways our loved ones change and grow. From birth to death, first day of school, menopause and divorce, we are using theatrical ritual to honour moments when mere words are not enough.