STORMWATER

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Duration: 60 min

1 Venue

204 at Girls School

2 Wellington St, Perth WA 6004, Australia

Minors can only attend this show at this venue with a parent or legal guardian.

Suitability and warnings: 18+ (Recommended)

Other Warnings:

Sexual References

Kleenheat Sizzle Factor: Hot

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About this event

STORMWATER questions gender equality, diversity and cultural tolerance to the point, where two people in love, brother and sister face the accusation of incest. A story about family secrets, separation, inner suffering, passion, laws and restrictions.
Father, mother, son and daughter meet again after a long time. It should have been a simple gathering in the garage, however they start to unravel volatile issues, they have been hiding from each other for years.
The play addresses ignorance and discrimination from all kinds of perspectives and places the human being in the middle of a contemporary society that is overloaded with information, putting people into boxes and lack of tolerance but is shaped by do's and don'ts.

Presented by:
ART IN PROCESS

ART IN PROCESS work in a form they describe as EXISTENCE THEATRE. In recent years the artists have started to work with temporary ensembles on 'Existence Theatre' productions internationally. Undeniably influenced by developments and currents of European Postdramatic Theatre and Performance Art, they work site specific and respond to temporality and timelinessness, meeting their audience in a very close manner. With all their projects the artists of EXISTENCE THEATRE aim to raise critical questions rather than to provide trivial answers and take up a strong position against racism, exclusion and any form of discrimination while initiating participatory projects to create space for the perception of one’s own and others’ identities.

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