Every Wall Tells a Story in this Urban Treasure Hunt Review by The Age‘s Cameron Woodhead.
Seen/Saw has been picked as a highlight of something central to Fringe – challenging assumptions about performance. See Zilla & Brook’s ‘Melbourne Fringe Asks What Comfort Zone?‘
seen/saw, appearing for the Melbourne Fringe 2018, is an experimental, experiential live art/theatre piece.
Focussed on a single person’s experience of an inner Melbourne suburb, seen/saw peels back the layers of familiar to reveal an intensely personal tale of longing and belonging. Travel through Fitzroy in an entirely new way with a guide who is both ghost and new-made friend.
Sessions are plotted to take 30 minutes but are self-paced. Each session is separately tailored to fit its visitors and a family-friendly version is available for younger audiences.
seen/saw is the kind of show you’ve never experienced before and will want to experience again.