There is a world between worlds. A place where reality and dreams exist. A space that time forgot. An escape from this world into the next. Somewhere where we can revisit our treasured memories and keep a hold of what we have lost. A universe of longing and loss, of happiness and sorrow.
The story of And Then The Snow Fell On Egypt is one felt by many. A story that is limited only by ones own imagination. The intent of the piece is to give over to the emotions and create a world that ebbs and flows between what we know and what we long for the most.
Told over two parts with the cast changing each performance, And Then the Snow Fell On Egypt a unique theatre experience. With themes that will echo with many; this is a theatre performance not to be missed.
We are left to fill in the blanks; to see what we can see in our minds eye and what we can imagine might still be between them. Keith Gow
Written and Directed by Gavin Roach
Performed by Andy Balloch, Sarah Brett, Wendy Bos,
Jessica McKerlie, Jake Matricardi, Dallas Palmer, Claire Sara & Jacob Thomas.
Dates & Time:
23rd of January - 3rd of February, 8pm
(No performance on the 26th)
No Vacancy Gallery, Jane Bell Lane, QV Complex, Melbourne CBD
$25 + transaction fee