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The Wild Unfeeling World

Lion House Theatre, Hartstone-Kitney Productions and Holden Street Theatres present

A black and white image of a person stretching out their arms, standing at the end of a pier looking over a lake and mountains.


A tender, furious, and fragile reimagining of Moby Dick from multi-award winning writer and storyteller Casey Jay Andrews. A suburban fable of bad luck, reckless choices and irrational hope. The times when we leap, where sometimes we soar, and sometimes we drown. The epic infamous whale tale is reinvented in London and follows a young woman on the brink of self-destruction.

By Casey Jay Andrews, creator of

The Archive of Educated Hearts

WINNER Best Theatre Weekly Award, Adelaide Fringe 2019



International Praise for The Wild Unfeeling World

★★★★ Funny, and sad, and deeply human, this stands out for the elegance of its writing and the depth of its emotional journey… It’s a story about seeing the world turn against you and being honest enough to acknowledge that it’s partly your fault. It’s about the danger of seeing the world in black and white, the importance of small acts of kindness, and how sometimes it’s okay to admit that some things are just too big to wrestle with” The Scotsman

Featured in The Guardian's recommended shows of the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe

★★★★★ Within Her Words

“MUST-SEE SHOW” Fringe Review

★★★★ The Independent

★★★★ British Theatre Guide

★★★★ The Wee Review

★★★★ Broadway Baby


Casey Jay Andrews

Casey Jay Andrews is a multi award winning writer, designer and theatre-maker based in the UK.

Casey's play The Archive of Educated Hearts won The Scotsman's Fringe First Award, Adelaide Fringe Best Theatre Weekly Award, and Critic's Choice in the National Scot. Her previous work has been nominated for The Charlie Hartill Special Reserve Fund, The Infallible Awards, The MTN Awards, The NSDF Award, The Underbelly IdeasTap Award and more.

Casey began writing, directing and designing as one of the Artistic Directors behind HookHitch Theatre, from there she has worked with many collaborators including Joanne Hartstone, Patch of Blue Theatre, The Flanagan Collective, Migration Matters Festival, The Guild of Misrule and more.

Casey is Artistic Director of Lion House Theatre Company.

The Wild Unfeeling World

a Person falling into the ocean above a whale tale.


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Genre: Theatre/Folk

Origin: GB

Rating: M

Duration: 50 -60 mins

Season: 2020

Dates: 3 - 14 Mar

Times:

3 - 8; 10 - 14 Mar: 8:30pm

Tickets:

GA: $25.00

Concession: $22.00

Group (6+): $20.00

Preview: $19.00

Fringe Member: $19.50

BankSA Customer: $19.50

Companion Card holders welcome.

Venue: The Barbara Hardy Garden

HST are making every effort to make our performances accessible to all during the 2020 Adelaide Fringe. Unfortunately, The Barbara Hardy Garden does not have accessible seating. Please contact staff if you wish to see The Wild Unfeeling World and you require accessible seating.

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