Thanks to Monash Arts for this great interview below with Monash CTP PhD candidate Steve Vizard on his latest show, Vigil, at the Arts Centre, Melbourne 4-8 July
If you haven’t already grabbed your tickets now is the time
This intriguing, funny, dark, musical has something for everyone and is definitely well worth the look – it has already received rave reviews at the recent Adelaide Cabaret Festival
Be sure to check it out! A fantastic theatrical outing for anyone who has ever had a Mother!
Interview with Steve and details for tickets below…
What happens when the traditional theatre narrative and story arc is pushed to the limit? Vigil, written by Steve Vizard, explores this possibility as it makes its Victorian debut at Arts Centre Melbourne from 4–8 July.
Starring the acclaimed Christie Whelan Browne, Vigil confronts with a musical and theatrical one woman tour-de-force about a 30-something prodigal daughter who hijacks her family’s Christmas Eve wanting more than pinot gris and a loan – she wants answers.
Vigil forms part of Monash Centre for Theatre and Performance PhD candidate Steve Vizard’s area of research interest at Monash Arts on #performativity and #theatre. A particular area of Vizard’s research interest explores the extent to which #musicals can embody the conflict between #protagonist and #antagonist in musical form when portrayed by only one performer.
Check-out the full interview between Monash CTP candidate Steve Vizard and Monash Arts here:-
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