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You Can Have It All

An immersive televisual experience about what most of us have been doing over the last few months: bingeing TV seasons at home.

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You Can Have It All

Date: 2 Nov 2020

Originally developed for Underbelly Arts Festival through PACT’s Vacant Room residency, You Can Have It All is a three-room immersive televisual experience about what most of us have been doing over the last few months: bingeing seasons of television at home.

“I wanted to begin with something that’s a massive part of our culture, which this year’s circumstances have only made clearer, ” says the project’s director, Laurence Rosier Staines. “You first step into a room with a flat-screen television where a young woman is catching you up on the latest plot twists of a show she’s watching. By the end, two rooms later, you’ve been part of something transporting that you never expected.”

The show coming to Sydney’s Potts Point in November is equal parts art installation and escape room, where audiences step into a world of lurid drama, blackmail, love triangles, murder and romance.

It is designed for one person at a time, resulting in a unique experience tailor-made for each individual.

After buying tickets, attendees will be informed where exactly to meet in Potts Point (a 10-minute walk from Kings Cross Station) and the show will take it from there. The location is a “ gorgeous Art Deco apartment ” but the creators wish it to remain secret until the shows begins.

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