RALPH INDIE: Tristan: A Song for the Superior Man (preview)
- VENUE: Gorman Arts Centre : Ralph Wilson Theatre
- COST: $20 preview | $35 supporter (an extra $5 of each ticket goes directly to the artists)
- BOOKINGS: Via Eventbrite or at door
- PRESENTER: Little Dove Theatre Art and Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres
- WHEN: 7:30pm to 8:45pm
28 November 2017
Tristan: Song for the Superior Man is a hybrid physical theatre spectacular that seeks to enter the highly charged discourse around ‘masculinity’ while holding onto Little Dove Theatre Art’s theory of love as the rhizome – or root system – of humanity.
What does it mean to be a good man?
What does it take to be a good man?
Co-producers: Little Dove Theatre Art
Writer/Director: Chenoeh Miller
Dance Choreographer: Alison Plevey
Co-writers/Performers: Chris Endrey, Nick Delatovic, Oliver Levi-Malouf, Erica Field, Raoul Craemer
Tuesday 28 November, 7.30pm (preview)
Wednesday 29 November (opening) – Saturday 2 December, 7.30pm
Saturday 2 December, 3.30pm (relaxed performance)
Sunday 3 December, 5.30pm (final)
CONTENT WARNING: This production contains scenes depicting gendered violence and domestic violence.
Running time: 75 minutes
Tristan: A Song for a Superior Man is presented as part of Ralph Indie 2017. An initiative of Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres, the Ralph Indie program supports artists to create and present new work in the Ralph Wilson Theatre at Gorman Arts Centre.