PRESENTED AS PART OF TEMPERANCE HALL'S 2019 MELBOURNE FRINGE PROGRAM
Alice, Will and Caroline have died. In Hell, they must take a long hard introspective look at themselves.
Fed up with the Byzantine conflicts of their collaboration, these dance artists thought a pivot to modernist theatre might help them walk away from the troubles in their lives. They were wrong, and now they are stuck in a moment and they can’t get out of it.
Hell is a play acted by dancers with you in the audience.
Created and performed by Alice Dixon, Caroline Meaden, William McBride and Mark Wilson
This September, Temperance Hall presents a Melbourne Fringe program of new works by artists Deanne Butterworth, Alice Will Caroline with Mark Wilson, Rachael Wisby and Shelley Lasica.
Curated by Temperance Hall Artistic Director, Phillip Adams, the program places high calibre emerging and established artists side by side, from recent Victorian College of the Arts Dance graduate Rachael Wisby (a performer in Adams’ Glory, Dance Massive 2019) to esteemed choreographer of 30+ years’ experience, Shelley Lasica (Solos for Other People, Dance Massive 2015).
Discounted Evening Passes are available for those seeing two performances in a night. Temperance Hall’s atmospheric bar on the first floor will be open throughout the season, so audiences can enjoy intermission and see as many performances as they desire.
Temperance Hall is located on the traditional lands of the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.
Image: Mischa Baka