Perpetual Wake Man and woman shrowded in smoky haze Theatre: Perpetual Wake
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Theatre: Perpetual Wake

9 August 2019

28 Aug – 7 Sep @ Subiaco Arts Centre · Presented by The Last Great Hunt · Our second work in The Last Great Hunt’s 2019…

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In Case of Emergency Theatre: In Case of Emergency
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Theatre: In Case of Emergency

19 November 2018

4 – 8 December @ The Blue Room Theatre · Presented by Hayman Theatre Company · How do we respond to the ‘danger’ of the emergency…

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Black Swan State Theatre Company’s production of 'In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play ‘ by Sarah Ruhl. Runs 20 October until 4 November 2018 at the Heath Ledger Theatre. Photographed 19th October 2018 by Philip Gostelow A woman sitting on a medical looking bed, talking to a man. The scene is Victorian. Crackling with all sorts of electricity
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Crackling with all sorts of electricity

29 October 2018

Review: Black Swan State Theatre Company, In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play · Heath Ledger Theatre, State Theatre Centre of WA, October 24 · Review…

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Improvement_Club_ Chris Isaacs, Arielle Gray. Photo credit Daniel James Grant-05 Chris Isaacs in foreground, Areille Gray in background Fresh, stylish and subversive
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Fresh, stylish and subversive

30 June 2018

Review: The Last Great Hunt, Improvement Club · State Theatre Centre of WA, 28 June · Review by Xan Ashbury · Subversive and witty, playful and provocative:…

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A brutally honest and hilarious exploration of contemporary masculinity.

Jimmy and Corgan are BFFs. Hurtling towards their 30s, life is filled with a mix of Tinder, Grindr, binge-drinking and half-hearted hook-ups. As the wedding of Corganís ex looms and Jimmyís love life stagnates, the two struggle to get their lives in working order. FAG/STAG is one story, told twice, from the perspective of two (very) unreliable narrators. Brimming with laughs, tenderness and quarter-life-crisis ennui, this is a brutally honest and hilarious exploration of contemporary masculinity and what it means to have a best mate when youíre stuck being your worst self. 

Written and Performed by Jeffrey Jay Fowler and Chris Isaacs
Sound Designer Brett Smith

Photo by Robert Catto, on Wednesday 10 January, 2018. Please credit & tag the photographer when images are used - @robertcatto on Instagram & Twitter, @robertcattophotographer on Facebook. JJ Fowler A collector of ideas
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A collector of ideas

27 June 2018

Writer, director and actor Jeffrey Jay Fowler is one of six artists who make up The Last Great Hunt, a small but acclaimed Perth-based theatre collective…

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