Guy Masterson - Barking Mad!

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1 Venue

Mainstage at Bakehouse Theatre

255 Angas St, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Content warnings: PG

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On a hovercraft, no one can hear you bark...

Adelaide favourite, Olivier Award winner & international actor/comedian, Guy Masterson known for his renowned production of 12 Angry Men & globally acclaimed for his extraordinary multi-award winning solo shows Under Milk Wood, Animal Farm & Shylock, now shares uproarious autobiographical tales of woe, a conniving dog and transcontinental marriage...

After falling desperately in love & wedding a gorgeous Parisian model, he acquired far more than he bargained for with her 12 year old and fiercely protective canine, which could not be abandoned in Paris; it came with the package... The next 6 years tested everything; marriage, career & sanity... And no-one is quite sure who came out on top. For dog lovers (or haters), comedy lovers, or just lovers... Hilarious, hysterical tales of marital rivalry!

★★★★★ "When Masterson takes you on a journey, strap yourself in, it's a full throttle ride!" The Advertiser


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Guy Masterson CIT

Welshman, actor, producer, writer, director, Guy Masterson is an Adelaide favourite having presented 35 shows over the past 12 years. His first was the famous ’12 Angry Men at the International Festival in 2004 which he followed with his globally acclaimed solo performances of ‘Under Milk Wood', ‘Animal Farm', ' Shylock' & 'Scaramouche Jones' (with Justin Butcher) among others. He is also known for 'Oleanna' with local actor/producer Joanne Hartstone - with whom he also set up CIT - Centre for International Theatre, at higher ground.
He is the most highly awarded independent producer at the Edinburgh festival having presented over 120 shows in 23 years. He personally won The Stage Best Actor Award in 2001 for ‘Fern Hill’ & was nominated for ‘A Soldier’s Song’, Under Milk Wood’ & Shylock. He received Edinburgh's highest accolade, The Jack Tinker Spirit of the Fringe Award 2003. His production of ‘Morecambe' transferred to the West end & won the 2010 Olivier Award for Best Entertainment.

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