A Nose of Her Own, Merrigong Theatre Company and Circus WOW present:
The Baggage Carousel
After the fabulous success of their first season in 2002, this company of women clowns is very pleased to be presenting a new show for 2003:
Devised by Sue Broadway, Fleur Evans and Circus WOW. Directed by Therese Collie
Baggage: colloq - a pert or impudent young woman (Macquarie Dictionary).
A Bag of tricks, the old Bag, Bags I go first!, Bag ladies, Showbags, a Bag of wind, three Bags full, emotional Baggage. BAGS OF FUN.
Come and celebrate women's wickedness as these misbehaving, anarchic, cheeky women explore life beyond the boundaries and outside the ordinary.
Thursday October 23, 8pm
Friday October 24, 8pm
Saturday October 25, 2pm
Saturday October 25, 8pm
Tickets: $18/$13, Bookings: 02 4226 3366
The first production by this new company of contemporary women clowns, with Special Guests from the WOW Women's Circus, was presented in Wollongong, Australia in November 2002.
A Nose of Her Own
Two of Australia's top women performers joined with a gang from the local WOW Women's circus to present a world premier of a new work. Opening with a chaotic 'Charivari' In which a dozen or so clowns take over the stage and the auditorium, the show moves into itıs centre piece which is a duet for Two clowns and a Baby Grand Piano. This was followed by the Grand finale a surreal reinvention in which the clowns do their version of a Water Ballet a la Esther Williams.
The show drew on elements of vaudeville, circus and popular performance while also accessing the atmospheric space and the marvelous balconies of the beautiful Bruce Gordon Theatre.
Cast: Sue Broadway, Fleur Evans, The WOW Women's Circus.
Directors: Therese Collie, Sue Broadway
Associate Director: Maryke del Castillo
Designer: Annemaree Dalziel
Musical Director: Marianthe Loucataris
Supported by: Merrigong Theatre at IPAC, The Australia Council for the Arts, Wollongong City Council, Circus Monoxide, Arts Tasmania, Playworks and the Tasmanian Regional Arts Fund.
Last updated 18 March 2009
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