Four young people sit in a row, dressed in contemporary streetwear clothes. The young man in the centre has large white wings. Their faces are solemn. The text reads "ICARUS. Corpus Machina Collective."
A young man with large wings on his back stares into the camera. A young woman has her head on his shoulder, and is looking into the camera as well. Only their faces and shoulders are visible.
The silhouette of a young man with large wings on his back, standing above a crowd of people.


It’s Alex’s 21st birthday. He wasn't expecting to make it this far. He's struggling to stay afloat amidst a haze of drugs, summer heat and difficult decisions, and his girlfriend Soph and friends Benny and Frankie are worried. A contemporary kitchen-sink drama with aspects of surrealist physical theatre, 'ICARUS' is a reflection on today's youth.

Following a sell-out season at the Guild Theatre in Melbourne, 'ICARUS' is bursting onto the Adelaide Fringe scene filled with the passion, anger and struggle of contemporary youth. A new work written by Tulipa Rodriguez-Quin and designed and performed by a team of passionate emerging creatives, it explores what it's like to lose yourself without a lifeline.

Showing at the Star Theatres from the 16th-18th of February. 

Theatre and Physical Theatre • Contemporary
Victoria • SA Premiere

Fri, 16 Feb - Sun, 18 Feb

60 min

Star Theatre Two at Star Theatres

$20 to $30

R18+ (7 Warnings)

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