Arvo tea on the veranda, a priceless view, and...I’m forgetting something...Never mind!...How are your investments going darling?
Physical, wordy, weird, poignant, poetic and hilarious, this genre-defying cook-up gets stuck into that pantry full of stale and unfinished business, pulls out a desiccated rat and some sugar.
Born on Kulin country, grown up on Kabi Kabi country, creator and performer, Kendra Keller, aka Lady Longdrop, is a whitefella and multidisciplinary artist, wrestling it out with deep-tissue questions around colonial-capitalist barbarity, normalcy, amnesia and arrival. Are you ready?
Warning: Contains some nudity, moderate coarse language, some infrequent/low pressure audience interaction, potentially triggering content or themes, including Violence,War,Simulated Blood, colonisation, genocide, slavery, destruction of land, culture and languages
‘An intense, grotesque laugh at Australian culture and the impacts of colonisation, from a non-Indigenous person’s perspective...It’s gritty, it’s full of technique, it’s poetic, it’s fucken’ beautiful, it’s funny! It is so funny! It’s a show that is meant for people who are ready to acknowledge that colonisation has real after effects...and the kind of blindness that Australia has as a culture towards it.’ – Ebony McGuire (audience member)