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The Living Room Theatre Presents SHE ONLY BARKS AT NIGHT @ THE VET SCHOOL ROUNDHOUSE SYDNEY UNIVERSITY

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Cloe Fournier in She Only Barks At Night. Production photography by Marcel Zammit

Just after dusk for five nights, from Wednesday May 27 to Sunday May 31, SHE ONLY BARKS AT NIGHT ¬†will be performed around the University of Sydney by Sydney’s The Living Room Theatre, in between the Sydney Vet School Roundhouse and Macleay Museum. This follows the sell out success of their previous production She (Still) Cries at Night.

Michelle St Anne, Founder and Artistic director of The Living Room Theatre says “She Only Barks at Night is a performance installation that illuminates some of the University’s most historic, but often overlooked sites. The work will see these heritage beauties inhabited and reinterpreted by scientists, performers, musicians and even a live horse.” Continue reading The Living Room Theatre Presents SHE ONLY BARKS AT NIGHT @ THE VET SCHOOL ROUNDHOUSE SYDNEY UNIVERSITY

I LOVE TODD SAMPSON

Gabrielle Quinn stars in I LOVE TODD SAMPSON. Pic Brett Boardman

You’d have to be desperate to be in love with Todd Sampson, given that he is already happily married with a couple of kids. And middle-aged Laura, the ‘I’ in the play’s title, is desperate, to the point of despair.

The performance of I LOVE TODD SAMPSON, written by Michelle St Anne, begins with the audience being shepherded outside the foyer and bar then along the wharf, and entering sliding doors that reveal one woman dressed in black laboriously hauling another along on a rope.

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