The Basement Tapes Hailing from NZ, Twin Peaks meets Serial in this Edingh Fringe First award-winning NZ mystery about a young woman discovering the secrets of a life in her recently deceased grandmother’s basement.
Trainlord Winner of an Adelaide Fringe Best Theatre award, Oliver Mol tells the true, funny and heartbreaking tale about a 10-month migraine, his recovery in Brisbane and job on the railway when he couldn’t do anything else, in a genre defying storytelling performance event.
By Virtue of The Same Movement Through a poetic imagery of deconstruction, a mic’d floor resulting in deeply intimate sound, and three bodies in tension Mica Kupfer (Israel)’s music and movement piece measures and displays relationships of weight, power and tenderness in an estranged façade world.
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