Anthropocene Play Company proudly present, as a part of the 2021 Melbourne Fringe Festival,
By Daniel Nellor, after Schnitzler
A gripping premiere season that deals with love, class, sex, betrayal and the apocalyptic realities of a landscape on fire, Ignis is the story of 10 individuals and 10 encounters.
A PHD student visits a sex worker. A compromised politician can't quite manage intimacy with his wife. Two old school friends rekindle a flame. An injured firefighter meets a bored nurse. Within a city negotiating a Summer of punishing bushfires, an uncommon group of people emerge searching for meaning and connection in a chaotic and frightening world.
Unfolding live in the unique and intimate setting at Sofitel Melbourne, the Anthropocene Play Company brings Melbourne audiences a truly immersive experience. Characters guide you from room to room as each scene unfolds - the hotel itself cast in the rich emotional landscape of the play.
Performed by the Anthropocene Play Company ensemble and directed by Bronwen Coleman (Director DIRT - Critics Circle and Frank Ford Award Winner Adelaide Fringe 2021), Ignis runs this Melbourne Fringe for eight shows only over four days. With a limited capacity per show, book early to avoid missing this exclusive theatrical experience.
Written by Daniel Nellor, after Schnitzler
Directed by Bronwen Coleman
Performed by Bradley Trudgett, Sophie Muckart, Mikhaela Ebony, Ismail Taylor-Kamara, Sermsah Bin Saad, Sebastian Gunner, Catherine Morvell, Alex Marshall, Vincent Kos and Pia O'Meadhra
This project is amplified by Melbourne Fringe as part of the Cash for Creatives Program and has been developed with the support of the City of Casey Arts and Cultural Development.
10 - 13 October, 2021
Sun 10: 4pm and 7pm
Mon 11: 6pm and 8:30pm
Tues 12: 6pm and 8:30pm
Wed 13: 6pm and 8:30pm
Tickets: $55 Full, $35 Conc, $50 Grps 6+, $20 Mobtix
Bookings: (03) 9660 9666 or here
Venue: Sofitel Melbourne - 25 Collins Street, Melbourne CBD
Run time: 100 mins (no interval)
Age Suitability: 18+
Warnings: Sexual language and themes, reference to sexual violence