By Nitin Vengurlekar
21 April 2018
A late-night radio show for lonely people, featuring spiritual visions, romantic advice and insomniac callers. Self-appointed ‘Supreme Overlord’ Neville Umbrellaman, an excommunicated televangelist, has been given a platform for his lunatic sermons on community radio station FFFFFFFFM, provided he also advertises for soul-destroying corporations and meets his on-air sales quota for cyclonic vacuum cleaners.
With Nitin Vengurlekar, featuring a guest performances by Sabrina D’Angelo, Jennifer Wong, Nick Coyle and jaunty bebop music from the spirit of Friedrich Nietzsche.
‘I laughed out loud at every nonsensical piece written by Vengurlekar.’ The Australian Bookshelf
Image courtesy of Bankstown Arts Centre/Christopher Woe
Written and Performed by Nitin Vengurlekar
Directed by Felix Cross
With Nick Coyle, Sabrina D’Angelo, Jennifer Wong and the spirit of Friedrich Nietzsche
Saturday 21 April 9pm
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