Presented by The Grand Caravan this walk though digestive tract is equal parts house of horrors and interactive detective game.
Gutzy has a tummy ache and cant stop farting! Do you know what the problem is? You’ll have to venture inside to find out. Can you keep your eye out while you dodge being digested?
The Grand Caravan has been converted into a giant human digestive system. Step over the teeth, crawl into the mouth and onto the tongue. Don’t worry, Gutzy wont bite! Watch out for the epiglottis! Turn left down the oesophagus and pop off to the stomach. What’s next? The intestines! Prepare for the end…push yourself out the sphincture and down the slippery slide!!
Created and Performed by Dan Goronszy and Sharyn Brand.
Dan Goronszy and Sharyn Brand met whilst working on a puppet show set in Timor Leste. They are both collaborators with Children experiential theatre companies Polyglot Theatre and Maybe_Together. They will be presenting Future Postal Service at WOMAD at the end of their Fringe Season. These two Melbourne based artists were drawn together by an interest in challenging audiences to reveal parts of themselves, topics that have public taboo, and arts in unconventional spaces. Together they have renovated a 1980’s Millard Caravan into a purpose built performance space. The Grand Caravan venue was launched at Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015. Beautiful, cozy, intimate and changeable. The new Australian mobile venue presenting exciting, innovative contemporary arts.
Tickets: $5 at the Mouth
For more information and all enquiries please visit the Grand Caravan website.
What: Gutzy! Gutz! Gutz!
When: 20-21 and 27-28 Feb 2016 | 5-6 Mar 2016
Where: The Grand Caravan | Gluttony
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