The Frankensteined Monologues

Friday 3rd October 4:15pm The Edwards
Saturday 4th October 4:30pm The Crack House
Sunday 5th October 4:00pm The Crack House

One typewriter. Hundreds of voices. Witness the Frankenstiened Monologues, a stitched and sutured experiment in exquisite corpse theatre.

Help us Build the next beast! The creature from the cracked lagoon has been stirring beneath the keys of a forgotten typewriter spotted across the festival. Find it, and leave your mark. See the result on Sunday at 4pm…
The creature from the Crack Lagoon has broken loose, discover the story that you helped write in this shared group reading.

Exquisite Corpse 2000 by Jake Chapman and Dinos Chapman born 1966, born 1962

Created and performed by Theatre of the Found.

Presented by Crack Theatre Festival under the Setting the Stages initiative, with the support of the Australia Council for the Arts through the Creative Australia Emerging Presenter grant.

Cj Fraser-Bell is an emerging performance maker and general creator of odd things. A multi-disciplined practitioner jumping from performance to visual arts, writing, directing and production on a spattering of community and company productions, Cj has recently shifted her main focus from Stage Management to producing and performing in innovative new work and is a founding member of Darwin’s Theatre of the Found Collective.
Ciella Williams is a Darwin performer who has returned to her hometown after studying interstate and wandering around other countries. Most recently she performed in the Brown’s Mart development of ‘Broken’ by Mary Anne Butler, and in Darwin Theatre Company’s (DTC) production of ‘Slow Falling Bird’ by Christine Evans. She is a member of CIYAs’ 18-26 troupe, dedicated to creating new work by young people. Ciella will perform in Tracks Dance’s ‘You Dance Funny’ in this year’s Darwin Festival, and can’t wait to get Fringy.

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