Into the Unknown

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Year
2009
Author
Ian Wilding
Abstract

Devised by cast and Director Tom Gutteridge and writer Ian Wilding, into The Unknown is a series of vignettes around public transport, disapearence and ‘the unknown’. Part of Mudfest 11.

Choice, chance, attraction and danger — what are the elements that trip the switch and turn strangers into something more intimate?Built from a series of improvisations, ranging from the utterly abstract to the viscerally real, Into The Unknown is the product of a unique collaboration between award-winning writer, Ian Wilding, Union House Theatre’s Artistic Director, Tom Gutteridge, and a group of Melbourne University student theatre makers. The result is an exploration of the idea of theatre at its most basic, funny, physical and authentic.
These showings of Into the Unknown will be a work-in-progress as we develop the show towards a future season

Director
Tom Gutteridge
Cast
Joshua Lynzaat, Eleanor Bally, Olivia McCombe, Mattie Young
Crew
LX design: Bronwyn Pringle
Categories
Title Into the Unknown
Start Date 20/08/2009
End Date 29/08/2009
Abstract Devised by cast and Director Tom Gutteridge and writer Ian Wilding, into The Unknown is a series of vignettes around public transport, disapearence and ‘the unknown’. Part of Mudfest 11
Author Ian Wilding
Director Tom Gutteridge
Company Union House Theatre
Venue Guild Theatre
Crew LX design: Bronwyn Pringle
Cast Joshua Lynzaat, Eleanor Bally, Olivia McCombe, Mattie Young
Notes Choice, chance, attraction and danger — what are the elements that trip the switch and turn strangers into something more intimate?Built from a series of improvisations, ranging from the utterly abstract to the viscerally real, Into The Unknown is the product of a unique collaboration between award-winning writer, Ian Wilding, Union House Theatre\’s Artistic Director, Tom Gutteridge, and a group of Melbourne University student theatre makers. The result is an exploration of the idea of theatre at its most basic, funny, physical and authentic.
These showings of Into the Unknown will be a work-in-progress as we develop the show towards a future season