THE INQUISITION OF THE BIG BAD WOLF
Prying eye | Australia
Take a wild ride on this rollicking adventure where dance theatre and comedy are fused together, flipping ‘normal’ upside down and unleashing the untamed wolf that hides within us all.
A bare performance space, a microphone, crazy costumes and plenty of ridiculousness converge as well-known wolf tales get re-imagined within today’s society. With loads of creativity and humour to move, amuse, and agitate in turn, you won’t be able to resist the ecstasy of ‘roaring and hoofing and horning’. Come hang up your performance anxieties and join in the fun of this great big hilarious wonderland!
This production has been made in partnership with the Queensland Alliance for Mental Health.
Prying Eye Productions receives funds from Creative Partnerships Australia through the Australian Cultural Fund.
Date & Time
THURSDAY 15 Feb 2018, 8pm
Duration: 60 mins (no interval)
*plus transaction fee of $5.95
Prying Eye is the partnership of creative powerhouse duo, Lizzie and Zaimon Vilmanis, who bring over 16 years of global arts experience to the table. Unbound by singular artform classification they collaborate with the world around them assembling diverse and exciting voices, approaches, experiences, and arts practices to create unique and relevant live performance works. Peers, reviewers and audiences alike describe their productions as “imaginative, courageous, provocative, sophisticated, important, human and committed”. Prying Eye are well respected for making uncomfortable topics approachable and for overturning people’s expectations. Prying Eye works are trademarked by their physical, emotional and cognitive richness, and the lasting impact they have on audiences long after the performance is over.
Created by: Prying Eye Productions in collaboration with the WOLF Creative Team
Performers: Charles Ball, Lizzie Vilmanis, Zaimon Vilmanis
Guest Performer: Alinta McGrady
Dramaturge / Script Writer: Veronica Neave
Sound Designer: Guy Webster
Lighting Designer: Dan Black
Script Advisor: Jon Haynes
*Special thanks to past WOLF collaborators: Chloe Lanham, Elise May, Gabriel Comerford, Jenni Large, Michael Smith, and Sammie Williams.