Presented by Arts House and Tamara Saulwick
7.30pm, Wed 25 Aug Preview
7.30pm, Thurs 26 Aug
7.30pm, Fri 27 Aug
4pm, 7.30pm, Sat 28 Aug
4pm, Sun 29 Aug
50 mins, no interval
$25/ $18 / $15 Preview
North Melbourne Town Hall
521 Queensberry St,
Adult concepts, occasional course language, onstage smoke effects. Not suitable for children under 16
The stranger breathing down the phone, the thump on the roof in the dead of the night, the danger lurking in the unlit street.
Part documentary, part art-house thriller, Saulwick’s interdisciplinary work, Pin Drop, explores the phenomenon of fear in our day-to-day lives, and its impact on how we hoose to live.
Built around a series of audio recordings from one-on-one interviews, Pin Drop is told through twelve voices: one live, eleven pre-recorded. The solo performer is not alone in what becomes a seemingly ‘peopled’ environment…
‘So I was out the back just reading and I felt this really strange sensation come all through my body… and I thought something has shifted in this house, something is different…’
Bluebottle – Ben Cobham, Frog Peck
Technical Audio Consultant:
Supported by – Pin Drop is supported through the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its funding and advisory body, and the Victorian Government through Arts Victoria.
Image by – Ponch Hawkes