By Noemie Cecilia Huttner-Koros
24 - 25 April 2020
Welcome to a dinner party complete with edible weeds, an overbearing host and a call for climate action. It’s a dining experience for the rabble-rousers and eco-anxious, for the late-night-singing-into-your-hairbrush-folks, and for all of us trying to hold each other while the planet burns and politicians twiddle their thumbs.
Following a sold out season at the You Are Here Festival in Canberra, The Trouble Makers is solo performance-meets-dinner party-meets local town hall. Take your seat at the table and plot a bold new way of kicking the Anthropocene in the butt.
Created during a residency at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (July-September 2019)
Venue: ESCAC by Brand X, 34 Burton Street Darlinghurst
Image: Tasha Faye
Writer and Performer Noemie Cecilia Huttner-Koros
Director Michelle Hall
Producer Amelia Burke
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