Deep Freezing – one night performance will chill your blood
Deep Freezing is having a one night only performance to raise funds for our run on the fringe at the Grahamstown National Arts Festival
At: The Intimate Theatre
Date: Sunday, 16 May
RSVP to the Facebook event here: http://www.facebook.com/events.php?oid=116908488341439&vm=all
Audrey and Maude are the divas of the deep-freeze deep in the frosted heart of the country. Set in the kiosk of an abandoned sculpture park outside Springs; the play follows the story of two tuck-shop ladies from the 1950’s who freeze themselves for the future. But emerging in 2010 to find their tuck-shop in ruins, they must adapt to their new landscape and stay cool to survive.
Written and performed by Juliet Jenkin and Frances Slabolepszy, directed by Alex Halligey, nominated for a Fleur du Cap for Best New Director, Deep Freezing played to wildly enthusiastic audiences in Cape Town, Stellenbosch, Grahamstown and Tulbagh This black comedy is an ice-scream – come into the cold with Audrey and Maude and discover the true meaning of freezer-burn.
‘Gloriously macabre’ – The Argus ‘Classic South African comedy’ – The Next 48 Hours
‘Dit tref jou soos ‘n ysblokkie in die agternek’ – Die Burger
For more photographs and Audrey and Maude in stop-motion animation action take a look at the facebook group DEEP FREEZING:
To book phone: 084 350 2086 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Let us freeze your blood, darlings.
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