A Junction Arts Festival performance on Saturday night puts people with a disability centre stage.
Re-embody is a work of shadow puppetry, dance, and spoken word, put on by Interweave Arts.
The performers - from StGiles disability support service's Studio Space and Able Australia - will be wearing elaborate, structural costumes made of beams and lights.
The show is about moving bodies to music said Carmencita Palermo, who is the lead artist along with Ralf Haertel.
"The basic story is about letting go," she said.
"And the work is about creating community through the doing of things."
The work will progress in stages, she said.
"Everything will start with a shadow performance for five minutes, and then each group will start: so from shadows we come to life," she said.
"We are going to be moved by each group. They each have a little segment where they will be illuminated, and then all together they make something else - which I'm not going to tell you. You have to come to see it.
"In the big space the audience can't perceive everything, but the process of each group is important."
Re-embody will be held at Prince's Square from 8pm to 8.30pm, and moved inside the Fountain Bar if it is raining.
The Fountain Bar is Junction's temporary bar and stage, erected for the festival inside Prince's Square.