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ME AND MY MOTHER, SINGING: A GIVE-AWAY.

Photography by Roman Wolczak

ME AND MY MOTHER, SINGING is a one-man show created and performed by Oleg Pupovac, with Kianah Marlena and presented by Two Peas.

I look for paintings of snowfall. Specifically where the snow meets the white sky. I don’t want to see where the snow ends and the sky begins. I want it to be endless, and for it to happen in front of me. In the rubble of an earthquake, I don’t want to distinguish between debris and sky. I want it to be still, and it to be still around me.

I don’t want to see my hand in front of my face, and I don’t want to see the snow falling.

ME AND MY MOTHER, SINGING  from Two Peas [Facebook] has a short run at Blood Moon Theatre [Facebook] 22-30 August. Tickets at Trybooking.

The production is proudly supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters Australia.

With thanks to Two Peas, Sydney Arts Guide has a double pass to ME AND MY MOTHER, SINGING. The pass is for the preview performance, Wednesday August 22nd at 7pm. 

To be in the running to win a double pass to ME AND MY MOTHER, SINGING, email (two.peas@mail.com) with SAG MOTHER as the subject, along with your full name.

Competition closes COB Monday 20th August, 2018 when the winners will be drawn. Only winners will be notified.  Winners will be notified by Two Peas and the pass can be collected at the box office on the night of the performance.

ME AND MY MOTHER, SINGING : NEXT FROM TWO PEAS

Photography: Roman Wolczak

ME AND MY MOTHER, SINGING is a one-man show created and performed by Oleg Pupovac, with Kianah Marlena and presented by Two Peas.

I look for paintings of snowfall. Specifically where the snow meets the white sky. I don’t want to see where the snow ends and the sky begins. I want it to be endless, and for it to happen in front of me. In the rubble of an earthquake, I don’t want to distinguish between debris and sky. I want it to be still, and it to be still around me.

I don’t want to see my hand in front of my face, and I don’t want to see the snow falling.

ME AND MY MOTHER, SINGING  from Two Peas [Facebook] has a short run at Blood Moon Theatre [Facebook] 22-30 August. Tickets at Trybooking.  Watch this space: ticket competition coming soon.

Proudly supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters Australia.

TWO PEAS THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS TARA CLARK AND KIERAN FOSTER’S PLAY ‘DRIFT’ @ ATYP STUDIO 1

Featured Image by Lee Nutter.

The only solution to grief is to grieve. It’s as simple as that. You just have to grit your teeth and go through it.

You can try to bury it; to stow it away in the darkest cavities inside you, but grief grows thick and wet like moss in the dark.

You can try to ignore it, or pretend you don’t know it, but sooner or later it shows up on your doorstep, bags packed and intending on staying a while.

You can try to drown it, but you can be assured that the motherfucker will learn to swim.

The only way to learn this, is to have something to grieve for.

Funny, tender and deeply felt, DRIFT is an homage to young adulthood in all its guts as well as its glory. It is the follow up to Clark’s critically acclaimed Jennifer Forever, described by one critic as “such a brave and bold accomplishment” (Steve Zipper-Theatre Unzipped).

The fourth production by Two Peas, the indie theatre company who “rescued David Mamet’s Edmond” (Lisa Thatcher) and whose inaugural production We’re Bastards was described as “a great example of how the smaller theatre companies in Sydney are really knocking it out of the ball park” (Joy Minter).

DRIFT is the company’s third presentation of new Australian work.

DATES
July 20th to 30th, 7pm Wednesday to Saturday, 5pm Sunday 24th

VENUE- ATYP Theatre, 4/5 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay.

For more about Drift, visit http://www.thetwopeas.com/#!drift/vjjfz
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Two Peas Theatre Company presents David Mamet’s EDMOND @ Old 505 Theatre

Oleg Pupovac as Edmond and Naomi Livingstone as Glenna
Oleg Pupovac as Edmond and Naomi Livingstone as Glenna in Two Peas Theatre Company’s production of EDMOND

On their Facebook page, Two Peas, the production company behind EDMOND playing at Old 505 theatre, have called the Sydney independent theatre “you inconsistent thing you” and bemoan their current low ticket sales for the season. And they are right. You can build it but they still might not come. I am going to try encouraging you to go to this production, mainly because of what they have built.

The title character, Edmond has an unplanned encounter with a fortune teller who sees him as being in the wrong place. For some reason a series of inner workings begin to move inside him. He leaves his wife, ranges around the city in search of sex at the cheapest price, and assaults or kills almost everyone he meets. He is both driven and apathetic, and purposeful yet blown by circumstances. Edmond thinks that he is free because the middle aged businessman he was just up and left. Continue reading Two Peas Theatre Company presents David Mamet’s EDMOND @ Old 505 Theatre