Friday, 9 February 2007

The Last To See Them Alive: Sex, Slaughter & the City

Currently presenting the first 'in-progress showings' of our Unreasonable Adults work - THE LAST TO SEE THEM ALIVE: Sex, Slaughter & the City - at Higher Ground, Rundle Street in Adelaide. The work takes the premise: "How do you meet Mr Right in an age of Serial Killers?". Using an electronic and piano-based score, monologue texts, live video feeds and some messed up theatrical conventions, this work is part lecture, part dark cabaret, part confession. Texts by Fiona Sprott, Performance by Caroline Daish. The music and sounds all by me. Come along.

After this season we tour to Sydney for another 'in progress' event at The Studio (Sydney Opera House) - then we will go into intensive rehearsals for the development of the work as an ensemble piece to be world premiered in the UK for our participation in the SPILL Festival of Performance in London in April.

The final work will feature a full ensemble of Caroline Daish, Jason Sweeney, Fiona Sprott and Julie Vulcan.