This Is Where We Live by Vivienne Walshe

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Ticket prices: $35.00

Full Price:

$35.00

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$24.50

Group (6+):

$27.00

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$0.00

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Duration: 70 min

1 Venue

Cookery at Girls School

2 Wellington St, Perth, WA, 6004

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

Suitability and warnings: M

Coarse Language:

Frequent

Other Warnings:

Depicts Violence, Sexual References

Kleenheat Sizzle Factor: Hot

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About this event

This Is Where We Live by Vivienne Walshe is a challenging two-hander. It is a story of disconnection and love set in a dusty town in regional Australia. The two finely etched archetypal ‘outsider’ ­­characters become as universal in their resonance as their mythic counterparts Orpheus and Eurydice. Can Chloe and Chris beat the odds? 

The play exploits Australian speech and poetry and forces the audience to untangle their story as we have all had to untangle young adulthood.

The WA premiere of this Griffin award-winning play will offer audiences a physically ambitious staging, focusing on creating an aural and visceral encounter. 

 

On S-27 by Sarah Grochala:

"A taut, relentless and powerful production” Adelaide Theatre Reviews

Presented by:
Feet First Collective

Feet First Collective (FFC) is a boutique-producing house that makes contemporary independent theatre in Fremantle, Western Australia. Founded in 2015 FFC uses theatre as a magnifying glass to focus on stories and themes that have urgency and contemporary resonance and brings together experienced and outstanding emerging artists to promote artistic cross-pollination. FFC’s inaugural production Frankenstein: Some Assembly Required was followed by the WA and SA premieres of S-27 by British playwright Sarah Grochala. The company is developing a new immersive work: Medusa and is bringing together the founding members and core artists to produce This is Where We Live by Vivienne Walshe for FRINGE WORLD and Melbourne Fringe at Theatre Works in 2022.

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