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And Then She Became a Chair

When:

Wed 13 Jan 2021, 7:00pm
Thu 14 Jan 2021, 7:00pm
Fri 15 Jan 2021, 7:00pm
Sat 16 Jan 2021, 7:00pm

Where: Theatre Works, 14 Acland Street, St Kilda East, Victoria

Restrictions: 15+

Ticket Information:

  • Small Booth (2 - 3 Patrons) | Full Price: $92.50 ($90.00 + $2.50 fees)
  • Small Booth (2 - 3 Patrons) | Concession / Unwaged: $77.50 ($75.00 + $2.50 fees)
  • Large Booth (4 - 6 Patrons) | Full Price: $182.50 ($180.00 + $2.50 fees)
  • Large Booth (4 - 6 Patrons) | Concession / Unwaged: $152.50 ($150.00 + $2.50 fees)
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Provoked by a personal story of loss, this total theatre work is an abstract expedition into the bewildering realms of human behaviour when confronted with the inevitable, yet wholly unfamiliar, event of death.

Set in the purgatory of a seemingly eternal waiting room, with time both heightened and warped, AND THEN SHE BECAME A CHAIR follows the complicated process of losing a loved one.

Part confessional text, part fabricated memory and part kitsch hallucination, the work recreates a wretched attempt to constrain the chaos and exhaustion of grief into something polite, palatable and coherent.

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