S-27 by Sarah Grochala

1 Venue

The Breakout at The Mill

154 Angas St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

Content warnings

M

Coarse Language:

Frequent, Strong

Depicts Violence:

Frequent, Strong

Sexual References:

Occasional, Strong

Other Warnings:

Loud noises, Strobe Lighting

Please note:

This piece contains strong adult themes including depictions of violence, sexual assault and suffocation.

About this event

It is a time of extremes... An immersive prologue reveals a dark and disturbing world not so far from our own. May is a photographer who must document dissenters who have 'rebelled' against the Organisation, an authoritarian regime. This is the South Australian premiere of this award-winning play inspired by the history of Cambodia's S-21 prison.

"Feet First Collective's S-27 is not 'a nice little show'. You will not emerge saying "Well, that was fun". It is however, immersive, powerful and compelling theatre, excellently acted and with an important message." Stage Whispers

"This is a story that must be told. It is uncomfortable, horrific and bloody, but important for our own humanity. S-27 is a gem of a play. We are lucky to have such wonderful talent in our city." Seesaw Magazine

Important information:
This piece contains strong adult themes including depictions of violence, sexual assault and suffocation.

Presented by:
Feet First Collective

Feet First Collective (FFC) is a boutique producing house that makes contemporary independent theatre based in Fremantle, Western Australia. FFC specialises in making immersive theatre events in unusual spaces and is about bold, brave ideas that encompass artistic development for the members of the collective, and evocative and challenging experiences for audiences. FFC uses theatre as a magnifying glass to focus on stories and themes that have urgency and contemporary resonance. FFC is committed to bringing together experienced and outstanding emerging artists.

We make theatre from the ground up!

Collaborate: Engaging with the intuitive spark of an idea.
Create: Excavating this idea through movement, text and image.
Connect: Sharing the experience, the potential for transformation.

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