I Am Not An Animal
The Border Project
“Adelaide’s edgiest and most innovative theatre company.”
Humanity is defined by its desire to transcend its animal nature. Yet our animal instincts still govern much of human behaviour. Following a sold out debut at the 2010 Adelaide Festival with Vs Macbeth, The Border Project returns with a once-in-a-lifetime collaboration with Adelaide Zoo.
I Am Not An Animal takes the Zoo we know and transforms it into an extraordinary performance installation. For the first time, the animals themselves become the subjects in a work of art, engaging with built objects, environments and human co-performers.
From the whispers of an intimate guided tour to large scale visual and sound installations, travel through a Zoo you have never seen before.
PAUL GRABOWSKY INTRODUCES I AM NOT AN ANIMAL
THU 15 Mar – SUN 18 Mar 6.30PM
70 minutes (no interval)
Adult $49, Friends $39, concession $35
Fringe Benefits $25
For Fringe Benefits bookings, please call BASS on 131 246.
Suitable: 15 years+
Directed by Sam Haren & Daniel Koerner
Composers: Cameron Goodall & David Heinrich
Designer: Amy Milhinch
Costume Designer: Renate Henschke
Sound Mix: BestFX
Sound Designers: Pete Best,Scott Illingworth & Belinda Trimboli
Co-Creators/Performers: Katherine Fyffe
Performers: Edwin Hodgeman
Performers/ASMs: James Lloyd-Smith
Choir: Young Adelaide Voices
Executive Producer: Nichola Miles
A production by The Border Project in association with Adelaide Festival and Adelaide Zoo
The Border Project is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding advisory body, and by the Government of South Australia through Arts SA and the Festivals Commissioning Fund
Pictured: Pusung, Adelaide Zoo; Photo: David Mattner; Created by: Joel van de Knaap
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