Restless, anxious and strangely liberated by having no life plan; she wonders is everyone else faking it too?
A day in a woman’s life is played out non-sequentially as she navigates the challenges of parenting, relationships, show business, visible ageing and the unrealistic expectations she places on herself and others.
This new solo work combines circus, movement, text and sound in a darkly humorous, irreverent and personal insight into one person’s daily experiences and the chaos that ensues from some questionable life choices.
This project is amplified by Dr Jenepher Martin as part of Melbourne Fringe’s ShowSupport.
Warning: Contains strobe lighting, some nudity, strong coarse language, both sudden and sustained loud noises, some infrequent/low pressure audience interaction, potentially triggering content or themes, including Emotional Abuse,Alcohol Use,Violence Against Women,Misogyny,Mental Health
“Crafting a unique voice in the ever evolving circus genre” Herald Sun
“A fusion of daredevil skills with alt-vaudevillian stage theatrics.” Frankie
“Strange and powerful” Australian Stage