Sex, dance and dirty poetry.
A wet dream in two parts, Snake/Bad Adam is a double-bill of two short works by creator Dosh Luckwell.
Enter Club Eden, a sex club with two levels.
On Ground Level meet Bad Adam. An insatiable youth with an insatiable hunger, once again he has snuck back into the Garden. Men are a bounty, love is scarce and God is always perving… Or is he? Highly confessional yet utterly unholy, Bad Adam delivers a frank expose on the ins and outs of cruising for sex, love and validation.
Thereafter go Underground and experience Snake, a dark place where man and animal unite in their baseness. A place for inquiry into the very nature of your sexuality, a place to experiment and lose yourself. Performed and created by Dosh Luckwell and long time collaborator Jay Robinson, snake is a wet dream of sound, dance and poetry.
“(Bad Adam) does not shy away from the somewhat ugly side of gay sexuality, and that should be commended.” **** Melbourne Art Fashion
“Luckwell is fast becoming known as one of the literary world’s more deft hands at writing erotica.” Melbourne Community Voice
West Australian Premiere
27 – 30 January 9pm
The Blue Room Studio
Company: Horny Pony Productions
For audiences 18+
Writer & Director: Dosh Luckwell // Producer: Horny Pony Productions // Performers: Dosh Luckwell, Stryker Meyer, Jay Robinson & Mike Moran // Choreography (Snake): Jay Robinson // Sound arranged and edited Dosh Luckwell (featuring original sound by Chiara Kickdrum) // Projection: (Burning Heart) by Mikhala Hawken; (Title Screens) Dosh Luckwell // Technical Operator: Daley King
Image: Evan Fowler