Goddess on a Highway

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1 Venue

Tandanya Theatre at Live From Tandanya

253 Grenfell St, Adelaide, SA, 5001

Content warnings: M

Depicts Violence:

Occasional, Mild

Sexual References:

Occasional, Mild

Please note:

Cults and power

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About this event

We all want to belong. Devereaux, lost and confused, has finally found her place in a welcoming commune called 'The Children'. Freedom. Bliss. Paradise. Or is it? What happens as cracks start to appear in the idyllic membrane surrounding the cult? Devereaux slowly realises as tensions rise that she doesn't belong. What will happen when she tries to escape her new family? An exploration of power, control and corruption, by the award-winning On The Fringe led by Claire Glenn, written by Alan Grace

"The picture it paints may not be pretty, but the ... experience should exhilarate anyone up for a wild time at the Fringe." Anthony Vawser, I Still Have No Friends, 2018

"SAYarts are known for putting on good quality and thought-provoking shows..." Fiona Talbot-Leigh, Broadway World

Presented by:
SAYarts

SAYarts have been making theatre with young people & emerging adults since 2014. Authentic youth voices, challenging perspectives, professionally led by Adelaide's best theatre practitioners. This award-winning ensemble are presenting their 5th Fringe show. Operating in Unley, Goodwood, and Mitcham our after school & weekend workshops guide students ages 5-25 through the world of stagecraft and devising. Tutors include Artistic Director Sean Riley, Claire Glenn, and Tamara Lee. We mentor young directors & writers as well. Come & join over 150 young creators and makers. Come & try welcome. Past productions include #nofilter, I Still Have No Friends, Everybody Dies, Beautiful Words, Aftershocks, This Bloody House, Warren, & Grimmer. SAYarts also lead artist-in-residence projects in schools.

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