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Melbourne Fringe 2011


No Comments 07 October 2011

Directed by Lynne Ellis and featuring emerging RMIT writers, performers and friends, Snatches is a production of short plays, readings, dance and standup comedy. Having little knowledge on the history of Snatches (which is in its 12th year, according to the program), I went into this performance with lower expectations. I was extremely surprised. The […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2011

Clown Lights Stage

No Comments 25 September 2011

Clown Lights Stage is a multi-form physical comedy performed by Alice Mary Cooper. Cooper’s unsuspecting star, Clown, begins by explaining that Alice cannot make it to the show due to an accident. She then takes the audience on an adventure through the objects that fill Alice’s handbag, attempting to find new meaning in everything from […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2011

At the Sans Hotel

No Comments 24 September 2011

Nicola Gunn takes inspiration from Cornelia Rau, the unlawfully detained schizophrenic German citizen and Australian permanent resident in At the Sans Hotel. The 2004-05 incident becomes the basis for Gunn’s more-personal analysis of psychic isolation in this highly original work. At the Sans Hotel begins with a Nicola Gunn inhabiting a quirky French character, Sophie, […]

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