The Rock Surfers Theatre Company, between December 3 and 14, is presenting THE HORSE’S MOUTH, Sydney’s only festival of autobiographical performance, at it’s home base, the Bondi Pavilion theatre.
The Festival will present six new pieces during the Festival:-
WHITE RABBIT RED RABBIT by Nassim Soleimanpour
An engaging new play by a talented young Iranian dramatist
Nassim’s play plays between December 3 an d 7.
ALL MADE UP by Jimmy Dalton
Inspired by true events that are now utterly obscured, ALL MADE UP is a short, intimate experience for a handful of crafty souls
Jimmy’s play also plays between December 3 and 7.
ADO SAVES THE GAY WORLD by Adriano Cappelletta
This is billed as a meditation on love, finding the one and fighting for the little guy.
Adriano’s play plays once only on December 10
SHAKING HANDS WITH DANGER by David Quirk
Part tribute, part confessional, a serious joke, rated R- SHAKING HANDS WITH DANGER- a good show by a bad person.
David’s play plays between December 10 and 13.
THE WILD FINISH by Monica Hunken
Monica squats and pogos with anarchist punks in old factories, barely escapes a knifing by neo-Nazis, hides in churches and is hypnotised in a paratheatrical workshop haunted by the ghost of Jerry Grotowski.
Monica’s play plays between December 11 and 14
SWEET CHILD OF MINE by Bron Batten
The show features award winning performance artist Bron Batten and her 60 year old parents live onstage.
Bron’s play runs between December 12 and 14
THE HORSE’S MOUTH promises to be an intriguing, engaging and alternative Festival. Ticket prices are very reasonable. Full price- $30. Concession- $15. Performance times vary so it’s best to check the site. For bookings 93650147 or www.rocksurfers.org/horsesmouth.