Attic Erratic (Australia)
Divided by their differences, two men are united by one similarity: they both have the nasty habit of standing on landmines. A dark comic parable about prejudice. Two men, brought together by a violent clash of cultures, are forced to reconcile their differences and look to the other for help. A poignant and gripping performance that asks, how far have we really come? How removed are we from racial ignorance? What happens when we elect to step off? 'Exceptionally executed' ★★★★★ (Music). 'Gripping' ★★★★★ (Adelaide Now).
Explicit language. Explosive SFX.
Age category: 12+
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Tripped19 Aug 2015
Explosive drama exposing racial prejudices
Australian theatre company Attic Erratic present a parable exploring racial and religious prejudice. Two enemies, Australian soldier Norm and Muslim civilian Ahmed, find themselves trapped mere feet apart when they both step on reconstituted Soviet…