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DIRT by Angus Cameron

"It is an edge-of-the-seat experience, wonderfully written and expertly performed. Bravo!"

- The Barefoot Review

Set over the course of a single night, DIRT is a contemporary queer thriller that follows two strangers who meet in modern-day Moscow. Both need something from the other, both have something to hide.

Winner, BankSA Best Theatre, Week One, Adelaide Fringe 2021

Winner, The Adelaide Critics Circle Award, Week One, Adelaide Fringe 2021

Winner, The Adelaide Critics Circle Award, Adelaide Fringe 2021

Winner, The Frank Ford Award, Adelaide Fringe 2021

Nominee, Group Award - Independent Theatre, The Adelaide Critics Circle Awards 2021

Premiering in Victoria in 2022 at Chapel Off Chapel, supported by the City of Stonnington and Regional Arts Victoria through their Sustaining Creative Workers Initiative. 

‘Occasionally, 60 minutes can change your life, and for me, Patrick Livesey’s production of Dirt is an example of how fine theatre can showcase and educate about human rights issues in a subtle, compelling way.’ - Stage Whispers

‘Patrick Livesey and Wil King … are brilliant. Livesey as the arrogant Russian tour guide and King as the earnestly curious tourist, their chemistry is electric and with minimal props and set can create a world that is totally believable. Whether the scenes are set in a nightclub cubicle or a bedroom, their talent really takes you there.’

- The Upside News

‘It is a gripping drama, a strong commentary on journalism, and if that isn’t enough for 45 minutes, you leave the theatre with a different sense of worldliness.’  - The Advertiser

Supported by the Independent Arts Foundation, Adelaide Fringe and the Department of Premier and Cabinet of South Australia.

Directed by Bronwen Coleman

Written by Angus Cameron

Sound Design by MzRizk

Lighting Design by Matt Ralph

Commissioned, Produced & Performed by Patrick Livesey & Wil King

 
 
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