not yet it's difficult/wuturi
Presented by not yet it’s difficult
8pm, Wed 5 Aug
8pm, Thurs 6 Aug
8pm, Fri 7 Aug
8pm, Sat 8 Aug
60 mins no interval
$25 / $18
5 Blackwood St,
Contains strobe lighting, haze effects
A dynamic physical performance inspired by the literary works of Samuel Beckett, Cormac McCarthy, and Michel Houellebecq, strangeland proposes a compelling and mesmerising landscape of the future we are hurtling towards. It is a work for our time.
A unique cross-cultural collaboration between acclaimed Australian performance company not yet it’s difficult, and Korean performance group The Wuturi Players, strangeland features an international ensemble of some Australia’s and Korea’s finest contemporary performers and an award-winning production team.
A sensory, highly physical, truly visceral work, strangeland is part performance, part installation, part prophecy.
Todd MacDonald, Ingrid Weisfelt, Vincent Crowley, Sara Black, Seo Sang Won, Song In Sung, Sang-A Kong
Paul Jackson and Niklas Pajanti
David Pledger and Paul Jackson
Costume and Make-Up Design:
Lee Dong Min
Supported by – Commonwealth through the Australian-Korea Foundation of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding, and advisory body
Image by – Guiman Shin