Left to right Nick Bennett (Abe), Sophie Hollingworth (Fate) with chainsaw, Dom Sweeney (Balt). Image: Lee Hopkins.
Nick Bennet as Abe. Image: Lee Hopkins
Nick Bennett, Sophie Hollingworth, Dominique Sweeney with flying bald-headed men painted by Chris Orchard. Image: Lee Hopkins

Two of Them

"Christopher Orchard is an extraordinary talent in that he combines uncommon vision and skill to create art that captures the zeitgeist of our time." Stephen Rosenberg Fine Art, New York.

Orchard paints a bald-headed businessman who represent ‘avatars’ for all of us in challenging situations in the ‘post-modern digital age'. Director and Playwright, Russell Fewster, has positioned Orchard’s businessman in an existentialist crisis where one has a meeting with the boss with no agenda while the other searches for spiritual meaning, until he finds his quest lies in saving native forest. The latter draws on themes from the 2024 MOD. exhibition, 'BROKEN'.

The creative team combine text, clowning, movement, and expressionistic lighting with animation of Orchard's paintings to bring this work to life.

Parking is available at the Adelaide Convention Centre Car Park close to MOD.

Theatre and Physical Theatre • Absurdist
South Australia • World Premiere

Tue, 20 Feb - Sat, 09 Mar

60 min

LECTURE Gallery at MOD. at UniSA

$23 to $28

M (1 Warning)

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