Brisbane Festival and QUT present

We May Have To Choose

20 - 24 Sep
Theatre Republic - The Block
Emma Hall and Prue Clark (AUS)

621 opinions delivered in 45 minutes on the eve of the apocalypse.

In a dying world, what is it to speak one's mind? Through a fantastical ride through the subconscious, one woman claims the limelight to list her worldly opinions.

Farting breaks the ice. Ice caps are good places for Japanese butoh dancing. Dancing fills your body with happy chemicals. Chemicals are destroying the oceans. Antarctica is not a good place to visit. The polar bears are angry with you... and 615 other facts of life.

This riveting solo is a funny, withering and moving piece about the fallibility of thought in our quest to solve the riddles of our world.

“A show that deserves tracking down… an esoteric and considered piece… wonderfully precise.” (The Scotsman)

This performance contains adult themes and takes place on a licensed premises.
Photo by: Sarah Walker
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Adult $25

Concession $20

Duration : 45 minutes
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Theatre Republic - The Block

The Block (Building Z3), QUT Creative Industries
Musk Avenue
QLD 4059

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Parking: Paid parking in the Kelvin Grove Urban Village (weekends free); limited Pay & Display street parking on Musk Ave, Blamey St, Victoria Park Rd & Carraway St
Bus: Kelvin Grove busway station; Bus routes 345 and 390 along Kelvin Grove Rd
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