Posted by Michael Avery
22. Mar, 2012
|March 28, 2012 6:30 pm||to||April 1, 2012 8:30 pm|
Now that Adelaide Fringe is over, Melbourne is seeing some artistic migration with La mama Courthouse hosting two plays hot from the South Australian Fest: Ad Nauseum and Awake.
Ad Nauseam, takes you on a young man’s journey “through the streets and bars of an unkind city and into the dark recesses of his desire”, in a night of excess, egoism and regret. A great example of what is possible in a one person play.
Awake cover two stories: a man who, from his mental decline, loses his past and is left with nothing but the present. A woman moving towards death, as a condition leaves her physically unable to sleep.
WHEN: March 21st-April 1st
Ad Nauseam: Wed, Fri, Sun 6.30pm | Thu, Sat 8.30pm
Awake: Wed, Fri 8.30pm | Thu, Sat 6.30pm | Sun 4.30pm
WHERE: La Mama Courthouse, 349 Drummond St, Carton
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