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The Orchid and the Crow | Salvador Dinosaur

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The Orchid and the Crow | Salvador Dinosaur

Date: 03 May 2016 - 15 May 2016
Time: Tue to Sat at 8pm, Sun 5pm
Preview: Tue 3 May 8pm *All tickets $20.00*
Price: $35 Full / $26 Conc, Under 30, Groups 8+ /$20 Preview [plus $2.50 booking fee per ticket]

Presented by: Theatre Works and Salvador Dinosaur

Daniel grew up in a Jewish-atheist household. At 29, he found out he had stage-four testicular cancer and went searching for God... Any God. Enter Lance Armstrong.

Reflecting on Daniel's real life experiences, The Orchid and the Crow is a solo performance; part storytelling, part cabaret, part theatre, featuring original songs from the award-winning writers of Die Roten Punkte.

'Whip-smart, hilarious and deeply moving' - The Age

'Daniel Tobias' Orchid and Crow turns divine vengeance into comedy gold' - Sydney Morning Herald

WINNER: Best Writing (Cabaret) - Green Room Awards
WINNER: Outstanding Solo Performance
- Ottawa Fringe 2015 (Canada)
WINNER: Outstanding Individual Performance - London Free Press 2015 (Canada)

Post-show Q&A: Tuesday 10 May
Duration:
70 minutes
Warnings:
Mild nudity and sexual references.
Recommended for audiences 15+ years

Artistic Team
Performer:
Daniel Tobias
Director:
Christian Leavesley
Dramaturg:
Casey Bennetto
Script consultant:
David Quirk Script Editor: Nicola Gunn
Songs: Daniel Tobias and Clare Bartholomew with John Thorn, Jherek Bischoff, Casey Bennetto
Back up vocals
: Talei Wolfgramm Violin: Ernie Gruner
Sound production
: Ben Hense
Lighting design: Lisa Mibus
Props: Tirese Ballard
Choreography: Bec Reid
Illustrations: Sarah Beetson Animation: Darcy McFall
Producer: Salvador Dinosaur (Clare Bartholomew & Daniel Tobias)

Visit The Orchid and the Crow website
Follow Daniel Tobias on Facebook


Developed with the assistance of the Australia Council for the Arts, Creative Victoria, Besen Family Foundation and Bryce Doherty. Daniel Tobias was a resident artist at The Coopers Malthouse in 2015.

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