YOURSEVEN | Fringe World 2018
Presented by PICA and WAYTCo for FRINGE WORLD Festival 2018
yourseven | Your life in seven photo booths
01-17 February 2018
Based on Jaques' famous speech from 'As You Like It', this playful encounter asks you to consider your life journey through Shakespeare's seven ages of man. What has your life been like so far and what is yet to come?
Featuring a talented cast if bright young theatre makers and performers from WAYTCo, this work offers a refreshing perspective post Snapschat and Instagram to explore the private drama of you.
Created by James Berlyn, the co-founder of Proximity Festival, this work takes you on a journey through seven one-on-one encounters to recreate and predict your own life, compiling a bespoke album of Polaroid photos along the way.
With Shakespeare and forgotten technology as your guides, yourseven is a touching and intimate flash-forward journey all about you.
Date & Times
Preview: 1 February
Season: 2 – 3 February
6 – 10 February
13 – 15 & 17 February
Sessions: 5.45pm – 8.45pm | Entry every 15 minutes
Artist talk: Rene╠üe Newman in conversation with James Berlyn
6 February, 6.45pm
Tickets Preview $20, Standard $29, Groups 6+ $25
Bookings Online bookings through FRINGE WORLD Festival. Booking enquiries after 5pm on the day of the show should be made directly to PICA’s Reception on 9228 6300. Entry every 15 minutes. Latecomers may not gain entry; please arrive 10 minutes prior to your scheduled session time.
Location PICA Performance Space
Warnings yourseven is a participatory one-on-one experience. Patrons are required to wear an audio headset. For sound sensitivities and accessibility requirements please contact PICA on 9228 6300. If you require reading glasses, please bring your own to this performance.
Duration 60 minutes
Cast: Adam Kelly, Ayouk Mading, Bethany Robinson, David Ratcliff, David Stewart, Elizabeth Joseph, Grace Chow, Isabel Seton-Brown , Kasia Kelly, Laura Pitts, Lily Baitup, Olivia Mitchell, Ollie Charlton, Patch Kain Gunasekera, Scarlett Hayes, Thomas Tregonning-Barwell