Poet No.7 - Damien standing at a bus stop

Poet No.7

Set in a Melbourne no longer recognisable, four characters speak from different points in time, their stories overlapping and interweaving with tantalising uncertainty. As we piece together their fragmented lives what’s revealed is an Australia being torn apart by violence, desire and genetically modified indigenous berries.

From playwright Ben Ellis, winner of both the Malcolm Robertson Prize and the Patrick White Playwrights' Award comes a piece of post-apocalyptic poetry posing as a play.

Performed as a solo piece by Damien Warren-Smith (the man behind fringe favourite Garry Starr)

Damien as Garry Starr:

★★★★★ "From now on, any one-man comedy show I watch will be measured against the Garry Starr bar, and believe me that bar is now incredibly high" NZ Herald

 

Theatre and Physical Theatre • New Writing
Victoria • SA Premiere

Tue, 20 Feb - Sun, 25 Feb

60 min

The Yurt at The Courtyard of Curiosities at the Migration Museum

$28

PG (3 Warnings)

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