A woman with glasses holds a string of pearls. Her shoulder-length hair blows in the wind. Behind her is theatrical lighting. She is looking directly at the camera.
A woman holds a plastic baby, whilst balancing a basket of laundry and a notebook on her knee and holding a pen. She has shoulder-length hair and is sitting in front of an olive-green background. The woman is smiling and wears round glasses.
A woman

You Can't Hide in the Desert

Theatre and Physical Theatre • Online Performance
South Australia • World Premiere

A trilogy of stunning theatre brought into your home by the magic of Black Box Live. Through tears and laughter, with her trademark blend of poignancy and comedy, Tracy Crisp explores family memory and secrets. Pearls, The Forgettory, I Made an Adult: three beautiful stories together for the first time. Binge them all or savour them one-by-one.

" ... keeps the audience spellbound for the entire 50-minute performance ... this is live storytelling at its best ... " Rachael Mead, Indaily (Pearls)

"Tracy Crisp’s stories of memory and family are so vivid and affecting in The Forgettory they stay with you long after the theatre lights fade." Louise Nunn, The Advertiser

"Warm, loving and beautifully drawn...her command of words is genius." Jude Hines, Stage Whispers (I Made an Adult)

Schools Price of $40 per class. Category 1-4 School Price of $15 per class. 
45 minute Q&A’s with the creatives may be available by request - $100 per class or $75 for category 1-4 school classes.

Presented by: Tracy Crisp and Hartstone-Kitney Productions

This is Tracy Crisp's 5th fringe, presenting her growing series of memoir-monologues. She is fascinated by themes of family memory and identity, sometimes uncovering secrets... sometimes creating them. Tracy is also presenting her new show, Potluck, at the iconic Bakehouse Theatre.

She is proud to be partnering with Black Box Live to present a trilogy of works in this exciting new hybrid of theatre and screen.

Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts

  • Like a spider quietly weaving a delicate web...Tracy Crisp deftly spins connections back and forth between three narratives - Jo Vabolis, InDaily

  • heartfelt and moving .... go on over to Black Box Live and give Tracy Crisp’s incredible performances a watch while you still can. - Ekkia Evans, The Adelaide Show Podcast