In the centre of the image a person wearing a cream suit runs through a screen and breaks into digital fragments. the background is navy blue with small white stars.
a performer has their back to the camera with a rubbish bin on their head, above them projection shows a google web search.
A performer in a cream suit and tie sits on stage, to their left is a water cooler. in front of them are plastic dinosaurs and office supplies.

Someday We'll Find It

An experimental work interested in the complexities of attention in an age of screens. 'Someday We'll Find It' asks what it means to construct digital worlds as the physical world crumbles. With a script generated via Google searches, it is like a trashy, lo-fi Beckett. Presented by award-winning theatre-makers Karla Livingstone-Pardy and Adelaide's Zachary Sheridan, and winner of the Best Theatre Award for Melbourne Fringe 2023.

"SEE. THIS. SHOW. You won't know what you're going into, and you might not know what you've left. I laughed and cried, sometimes at the same time." Judge's Pick, Melbourne Fringe

"This is supremely clever and accomplished theatre-making." Alyson Campbell, dramaturg

“Tender, brutal, strange.” Kat Henry, director

"Rich, satisfying, funny, moving and delightfully absurd." Peta Murray, playwright

Theatre and Physical Theatre • Absurdist
Victoria • SA Premiere

Tue, 12 Mar - Sun, 17 Mar

60 min

Studio 166 at Goodwood Theatre and Studios

$20 to $25

M (4 Warnings)

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