Beautiful people getting ugly
This is the thousand words a picture does not say. From Fleur Kilpatrick (Best Writer, 2014 Melbourne Fringe) comes a theatrical “tour de force” (Adelaide Advertiser). A photographer and his model, both played by a single actor, come together to create one perfect image, but behind the pixels lies a world of obsession, exploitation and emptiness.
Beautifully crafted by prominent Melbourne director Robert Reid and director/designer Sarah Walker, performed by Roderick Cairns.
**** “Roderick Cairns’ performance builds impressively to become a small tour de force… Kilpatrick’s crisp, rhythmic writing pops with imagery and detail” – Adelaide Advertiser
“Roderick Cairns is excellent in both modes, physically lithe and emotionally brittle as the troubled Emmy, hard-edged and unaffected as the straight-talking Aussie photographer Peter… Kilpatrick’s writing is sharp and grittily profane but often funny… Unusually well-crafted and pleasurable” – Marginalia
Read an interview with performer Roderick Cairns about the work on Quiet Little Fox’s website here.
West Australian premiere
3-7 February 2015 // 8pm // The Blue Room Theatre Origin: Victoria // Company: Quiet Little Fox Writer: Fleur Kilpatrick // Directors: Sarah Walker & Rob Reid // Designer: Sarah Walker // Featuring: Roderick Cairns
For audiences 18+
Image: Sarah Walker