Passengers Fringe World 2017

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“I was sitting in a wooden chair behind wooden tables on wooden floors and the sound of chalk on the blackboard may as well have been fingernails. I remember driving a pencil through my own hand in class. I was fired up because the teacher had singled me out for doing poorly on a test. I just lay my hand flat on the desk and brought the pencil down through metacarpals three and four. My brother called it my hand of Christ.”

What would happen if you were flooded with every moment of rage you’ve ever experienced? What would happen if you were to remember your deaths? Your greatest struggles or each and every moment of laughter. The people who you lost and loved. The life defining moments of human existence.

And what happens if such an existential meditation happens on the 998 to Fremantle?

Devised and performed by Tim Boulton, Julia Landberg, Amy Murray and Zachary Sheridan, the voyeuristic ‘Passengers’ is a mix of imagination and verbatim that examines the many different lives we lead.

Showing as part of Fringe World 2017 at Noodle Palace.

Monday 23 January, 6:00PM
Tuesday 24 January, 6:00PM
Wednesday 25 January, 6:00PM

Tickets from $13.00

Running Time: 45 mins.
Noodle Palace, 19 Francis Street, Northbridge
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