Nothing's the same each night.
Four actors. Four venues. Eight characters. A completely different show every night. This is improv for the post 9/11 generation.
He's stalking someone on the bus. She's shitting in a bag. They're seeing red.
This is a play about being young, being alienated and getting angry.
Lulu Raczka's genre-smashing script is brought to life by four New Zealand voices for the first time. Four bespoke performances across four different venue ensure nothing will ever be the same twice in this 1/2 scripted, 1/2 improvised work. Rackza sets up an inspired game between viewer and performer that questions the structures of the theatre and the world beyond.
All venues are within 10 minutes drive of the Octagon but will only be revealed after purchasing a ticket.
Warning: This production contains triggering content. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Fringe Tags; Theatre, Improvisation