Theatre // Projection Design
5 – 21 July 2012
Metro Arts Independents
In a place you know. In a time not far away. You are being watched. They are listening in. And the citizens are rioting. The government has imposed a curfew to be set in place tonight. Follow Archie and Fay, an older man and a younger woman, as they attempt to form a connection in a world that is fast-falling apart around them.
Brisbane’s brightest rising star Anna McGahan (Underbelly: Razor) turns her talent to the stage debuting a theatrical voice that strikes hot somewhere between George Orwell and Lars Von Trier.
Fast-paced and rapidly-shifting, this quickfire work – brought to life by emerging director Melanie Wild – hurtles five different relationships against a fierce and strangely familiar political climate as the world around the play seeks to silence the performance.
Production Photography by Amelia Dowd
Directed by // Melanie Wild
Designer // Jessica Ross
Lighting Design // Daniel Anderson
Sound Design // Phil Slade
Projection Design // optikal bloc
“The simplistic set is backed by a remarkably effective piece of video projection by media wizards Stephen Brodie and Craig Wilkinson” – COURIER MAIL
“This is new, neat work and if you pride yourself on keeping up with the local scene, you’ll make sure you see this show for its slick creative win” – XS ENTERTAINMENT
“This is one of the slickest audio visual designs a Brisbane stage has seen in years” – GREENROOM
“optikal bloc, the projection designers, create the finest visual backdrop that I have ever seen in a play” – OFFSTREET PRESS