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Echo and Fear of the Unknown: Double Bill

08 July 2016

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Performance Details

Friday 8 July, 7:30pm
Duration:
120min
Venue:
Street 1

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Part of Improvention 2016; an international festival of unscripted theatre, with performers and directors from Sweden, Austria, France, Israel, USA, Taiwan, Singapore, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, United Kingdom & Australia.

A large ensemble cast illuminate the group mind in its best light through movement, poems, stage pictures, and stories, in American director Domeka Parker’s “Echo”, followed by an Edgar Allan Poe inspired, chorus-narrated genre performance from Canada’s Amy Shostak, “Fear of the Unknown”. North America’s finest, joined by improvisers from all over Australia and the world.

 

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PART OF IMPROVENTION 2016

ECHO AND FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN: DOUBLE BILL FROM USA & CANADA

FRIDAY 8 JULY @7:30PM

TICKET PRICES:
STANDARD $28.00
CONCESSION: $22.00
GROUP 6+: 22.00

Street One - Unreserved | Duration: 120 minutes.

Location

15 Childers St,

City West ACT 2601

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