Wah, life is damn good.
Your first big commission. Projects lined up. A talking plant.
Till an earthquake hits.
But everything is fine la huh!
I mean, it's not like you've wasted all that your ancestors have worked for on a meaningless career. And of course, it's not like you might never see your family again whilst surviving on your own in a global crisis.
Employing your typical Singaporean Sarcasm, Mandarin and Doodles, 落叶归根 is a one woman show that interrogates the conflict between a woman's ambition and her sense of duty and longing to be with her family.
Supported by the City of Melbourne through SIGNAL’s Young Creatives Lab
This project is amplified by Melbourne Fringe through the Ralph Mclean Microgrant program
Dates: 21, 22, 26, 27, 28 November
Times: 8PM, 10PM (On 27th)
Venue: Digital Fringe
Tickets: Pay As You Feel ($15 Recommended)
TO BOOK TICKETS https://melbournefringe.com.au/event/luo-ye-gui-gen-getting-home/ or call (03) 9660 9666
1. All shows have Open Captioning.
2. This streamed one-woman show has been assessed for accessibility by Description Victoria, and contains access measures for Blind and low vision audiences within the show's design and script. Detailed pre-show notes will also be provided to all audience members that describe the characters, costumes, and design elements.