Hole in the Wall is a contemporary love adventure. Highly visual and experiential, the performance is built around four moveable rooms that house the audience and move through the space to reveal fragments of a love story.
A man and a woman lie waiting in the dark. They’re talking about what to have for dinner. She wants to put roots down but sees all her plants in pots and baskets. He spends his nights jogging in the backyard. They’re looking for the perfect home. They want a place that’s theirs. A place to settle down. A place to call ‘home’. That place isn’t here.
Hole in the Wall sees the creative team behind The Tent (2008 Next Wave Festival, Performance Space 2008, Campbelltown Arts Centre 2009) continue to develop their enthralling combination of storytelling and fantastical sets which trigger surprising, often exhilarating experiences for their audiences.
Supporters: The Angior Family Foundation, Australia Council for the Arts, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Performance Space.
Caution: Standing room and wheelchair access only. Not suitable for those uncomfortable in enclosed spaces.
Clare Britton: concept, performer, set design, animation.
Matt Prest: concept, performer, set design, animation.
Hallie Shellam: concept, director
Danny Egger: concept, set design, technical engineer
James Brown: sound design, original score, animation
Halcyon Macleod: text
Mirabelle Wouters: lighting design
Jenn Blake: production manager and box manipulation
Alasdair Nicol: box manipulation, tech assistance
Peter Allott: box manipulation, tech assistance
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