News is dead. Print is dead. Truth is dead.
A new technology takes the world by storm. Printed news is a thing of the past. So are journalists, printers, editors... everybody.
Internationally acclaimed media mogul Hoover Oldsoch believes in progress – he’s a businessman.
Tizzy Squalor, corporate plumber, lays the pipes.
Pamphilius Smudge wants love.
Typotheus Hawke wants revolution.
Billie Inkpress wants to dance.
And the Greek God Apollo sets out to make truth great again.
Supported by the Malcolm Robertson Foundation.
Warning: Contains moderate coarse language, potentially triggering content or themes, including Staged Violence
“Political theatre dredged from the crisis of late capitalism” THE AGE
“An unapologetically raucous night spent skewering the status quo” AUDREY JOURNAL
“The Bloomshed have established themselves firmly as experts in reanimating older texts, bastardising classic texts to create cutting, political contemporary theatre.” THEATRE PEOPLE
“Energetic, hilarious and uncomfortable” KEITH GOW REVIEWS
“Unless I'm a poor judge of talent, performative smarts and theatrical energy, these theatre makers will emerge from the indie ruck and become a second wave of Australia's writer-performers.” MELBOURNE OBSERVER / 3MBS RADIO