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Le Voyage

A story about grief and metaphysics, told through music, imagery and the spirit of the clown.

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Le Voyage

Date: 12 Sep 2018

Clown and theatre-maker Kate Walder combines forces with director Jo Turner and violinist Shenzo Gregorio to create a one-woman clown show about space, loss and alarm clocks.

Le Voyage makes its premiere at the 2018 Sydney Fringe Physical Theatre and Circus Hub.

The hero of this story is at war with time. She is determined to suspend it from the edges of the universe, freeze it in an unforgiving landscape or at least figure out why it keeps following her.

A story about grief and metaphysics, told through original music, striking visual imagery and the spirit of the clown.

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