Single, 32, and with her biological clock ticking, Erin's eggs — according to a Facebook ad — are "dying off." For $15k she could freeze them, but are there other options? Does she even want a child? By the time she makes a choice, will it already be too late?
Winner of a Weekly Award in its debut sell-out season at the 2021 Adelaide Fringe, and recipient of numerous ★★★★★ reviews, EGG is a hilarious, topical, and moving solo work, from award-winning performer Erin Fowler (Best Dance 2019 & Made in Adelaide Award 2020), and directed by illustrious clown Hew Parham.
Combining dance, clowning, bagpipes, a cheeky life-sized egg and a pulsating 80s soundtrack, EGG questions all things fertility & motherhood in a powerful exploration of how we make the big decisions in life.
Winner NZ Fringe Festival Wellington Tour Ready Award presented by NZ Fringe 2022
Photos © Chris Herzfeld- Camlight Productions
Presented by: Bamboozled Productions
Bamboozled Productions are experts in delivering award-winning festival programs, world-class performances and boutique circus tents.
The Bamboozled team have a wealth of experience as festival programmers, producers, event managers, performers and venue designers, builders & managers. Born out of a meeting of minds between internationally renowned, Adelaide based performers Nigel Martin and Louise Clarke who have been successfully touring Australia and the globe for over 25 years. The pair have appeared at numerous festivals and events including Glastonbury Music Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the 2012 London Olympics, Kim Tom Clown Festival (China), Tour Down Under, Melbourne Commonwealth Games as well as numerous corporate events.
Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts
A truly magnificent performer who has mastery over space and form. - Simon Lancione, Glam Adelaide
Humble, funny and playful, thoughtful and poignant with serious underlying implications. Ms Fowler’s performance is commanding. - Lisa Lanzi, Theatre Travels
Heartfelt and unexpectedly, frequently funny…packed with physical dance, and some unforgettable visuals. - Chuck Moore, Chuck Moore Reviews