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Saro Lusty-Cavallari

Artist, Writer

Saro is a writer, director and designer and the co-director and co-founder of Montague Basement with which he wrote and directed Procne & Tereus (2014), All About Medea (2015) for the Sydney Fringe and The Big Bruise (2016) at 107 Projects.

He adapted and directed Hamlet (2015) and Macbeth (2016) at PACT, and designed Kaleidoscope (2016) and Telescope (2016) for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and Sight & Sound Festival in Leichhardt respectively.

He devised and performed in Metamorphoses (2016) at the Sydney Fringe and directed Before Lysistrata (2017) for KXT and Sarah Kane’s Cleansed (2017) for the Sydney Fringe.

He is currently studying for a Masters of Directing for Performance at the Victoria College of the Arts and made his Melbourne directorial debut with The Public Domain Opera at The Butterfly Club for the 2018 Melbourne Fringe.

In 2019 he will direct and devise Nosferatu: A Fractured Symphony at Old 505 and will direct Blood on the Cat’s Neck at KXT.

Five Years in the Basement
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ArchivedThe Bordello, Level 4 Kings Cross Hotel, Sydney 22 May - 1 Jun 2019

Five Years in the Basement

Rainer Werner Fassbinder "redefined prolific", writes Saro Lusty-Cavallari. Indie company Montague Basement follows suit.

Nosferatu: What Are We Afraid Of?
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ArchivedOld 505 Theatre, Newtown, Sydney 8 - 19 Jan 2019

Nosferatu: What Are We Afraid Of?

Ahead of his reimagined Nosferatu, Saro Lusty-Cavallari asks, is it time to cut the moment open just to see how it bleeds?

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