Single Asian Female shakes up monocultural Australian theatre
I even ate 'Curried Chicken and Rice' from my local Chinese take-away and bought a fortune cookie at the ThEATre bar before the show to really set the scene for me.
|I put my new fortune in my wallet next to an old one that probably won't ever come true either;-)|
|Golden Phoenix/Fire Rooster?|
|69 visitors?! Bear that number in mind if you see the play. Sick! :-)|
|These were early shots of the stage, as it was a full house pretty much|
What do you think PJ Hogan?
|Q&A after the play|
|Everyone loves a Slinky|
Early in the play the Slinky was featured as a sentimental pop-cultural object to contemplate and suddenly into my mind all these images hit me at once.
One image was the scene out of 'Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls' were Ace tries to get a Slinky to go down some very long temple steps, but fails at the last step.
I also noticed the wooden stairs on stage and a vision hit me that these stairs would be used to run the Slinky down later in the play, but like the scene in 'Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls' where the Slinky looks like it's going to make it to the bottom, it will suddenly stop.
What I'd like to know is how many times in the play does the Slinky make it down to the bottom of the stairs.
I'd like to see the remaining run of plays left in the season just for this curiosity alone...but I'm not going to though, if you were wondering.