Déjà Vu (And Other Forms of Knowing) – Melbourne Fringe
Andi Snelling’s new solo show Déjà Vu is an eerie and fascinating physical exploration into the subconscious mind.
With absolutely no dialogue, the show is 45 minutes of intense movement laced with a dark humour and a bittersweet vibe. Snelling’s incredible control over her body while performing is sublime to watch and she takes great pleasure in playing with the gothic and the grotesque.
As director, Danielle Cresp proves to be a fantastic collaborator to Snelling, while Caleb Garfinkel’s jarring and abrupt soundtrack provides a haunting and beautifully atmospheric backdrop to the performance. This is a truly original and exciting show.
Déjà Vu (And Other Forms of Knowing)
|Review Date:||18 September 2016|
|Presented By:||Melbourne Fringe Festival|
|Venue:||Fringe Hub: Arts House - Meeting Room|
|Closing Date:||23 September 2016|