By Oleg Pupovac
27 April 2019
A one-man show by Yugoslavian actor/writer Oleg Pupovac which explores identity, otherness and one man’s eternal search for the perfect painting of snow.
Drawing inspiration from the countries he grew up in, Oleg uses storytelling, poetry, multimedia and performance to tell this fractured, trilingual story.
Semi-autobiographical, with text performed in English, Serbo-Croatian and Arabic (with translations), it is a story that couldn’t be told without his mother, singing.
Presented by Two Peas.
Image: Roman Wolczak
Created and performed by Oleg Pupovac
Producer Two Peas
Photographer Roman Wolczak
Arabic Language Consultant Priscilla Doueihy
Saturday 27 April 5pm
Book tickets to multiple Batch performances here.
Concession price available for all Centrelink Pensioner cards, full time Australian student cards and Veterans Affairs’ cards.
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