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Lovely Mess (48 Stories of Shame)

Overview

A celebration of adolescent awkwardness.

Lovely Mess uses memories as a channel to examine the universal (and at times mortifying) experiences of childhood:

That time the teacher told you that you eat too much in front of the entire class;

That time the cute lifeguard tried to save you from drowning but you were actually just floating;

That time you didn’t speak up when your best friend was getting picked on.

Teenagers on the cusp of adulthood shed the skins of childhood embarrassment and move on with their lives.

Theatre group Riot Stage and projection artist Yandell Walton collaborate with 10 young people (ages 15 – 20) to explore themes of mental health.

WHEN:
Thursday 22 March, 6pm and 8pm
Friday 23 March, 6pm
VENUE: FCAC Performance Space
COST: Full $15 / Concession $10
CONTENT: Recommended for ages 15+

Download FOLA media release here.

Download the full FOLA schedule here. 


FOLA is presented by Footscray Community Arts Centre, Arts House, TheatreWorks and Zilla & Brook (publicity partner). 

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IMAGE
1- Image by Jack Zapsalis. 


Date & Times

Start: Thursday, 22 March 2018 7:30 am

End: Friday, 23 March 2018 12:55 pm

VENUE

Footscray Community Arts Centre

COST


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