A young woman sits alone in a room. She has been there for a very long time, it seems like forever. But she seems content. One day, she receives an unexpected visit from a stranger and suddenly her world is turned inside out. A surreal black comedy about our desires to control, escape, delete.
This is a brand-new absurdist comedy by Sydney-based artist Sabrina D’Angelo, incorporating body poetry, puppetry, music and song. Sabrina has a Master of Puppetry from the Victorian College of the Arts, and has created work for presentation at Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Melbourne Fringe. This year she is also a participant in Belvoir’s inaugural Artist Workshop program.
This series of Late Night Library is produced by City of Sydney, and presented in collaboration with Roxzan Bowes and Brendan O’Connell.
Its best to book for Late Night Library however we will be taking walk ups 5min before the show.
Surry Hills Library is wheelchair accessible.
More info here