A work in development. A visitation into home. Into psyche. Into dreams. A film experience. Viewed in bed, in the dark.
In the night, something enters the house. Like a dream. It moves through – or do you move through it? Absence hovers. The house becomes a stage. The domestic becomes estranged; the mundane, mysterious; the inanimate, alive.
This is a live film experience for this streaming milieu. It is not a Zoom chat or face-to-camera performance. This is a made-for-medium experience. To be viewed alone, in bed, in the dark...
Since 2009 one step at a time like this’ works have been presented throughout Australia and internationally winning multiple awards and enjoying critical acclaim. Renowned for their playful and pioneering use of form, their works have been commissioned by Sadler's Wells, Situations UK, London Cultural Olympics Festival and Chicago Shakespeare Theater, among others. Interior, continues the company’s work in the experimentation in cross art-forms.
Producers: Richard Jordan Productions & Bureau of Works
This project is amplified by Melbourne Fringe through the Cash for Creatives program.
This experience is best suited to be viewed on a laptop with Zoom installed with headphones. A phone or tablet is not recommended due to screen size.
Please note: No latecomers will be admitted.
Warning: Contains both sudden and sustained loud noises, some infrequent/low pressure audience interaction
“. . . an intimate and entertaining live art exploration of how we dream new worlds and make them real in a series of thought- provoking one-on-one encounters. ...the care and artfullness, tact and sensitivity...“
Andrew Furhmann, Herald Sun (Carnival of Futures) ****
“this rich encounter, in a familiar landscape made strange and beautiful by their presence and perspective”
Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman (Forever Young, Edinburgh) ****
“the best production of its kind. There are scenes and set pieces in this theatrical extravaganza that will remain with me for the rest of my sentient life.”
Chris Boyd, The Australian (Since I Suppose, Melbourne)
“...if you take my fervent recommendation and go see "en route" I guarantee you'll see this city in a way you have never seen it before. ...the experience will be revelatory."
Chris Jones, The Chicago Tribune (en route, Chicago) 4 out of 4 stars