Articles on ‘Andi Snelling’

Déjà Vu (And Other Forms of Knowing) – Melbourne Fringe

Andi Snelling. Image by Sarah Walker

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… Read more.


Melbourne Fringe: #DearDiary

DearDiary. Melbourne Fringe

In #DearDiary, Andi Snelling walks a fine line – and she knows it – between nostalgia and indulgence, reading extracts from the diaries she has kept most of her life. One actor shows can be a tricky business, so it’s no surprise that actors who make one person shows for themselves mine their own lives…. Read more.


Ubu Roi is a mess

Ubu Roi is a mess. A filthy, mud-spluttered, cover-me-with-plastic glorious mess. Founded in late 2010, the 5Pound theatre ensemble are making their mark in Melbourne. Based at The Owl and the Pussycat in Richmond – once a single-front workers cottage – they present plays that they love, which have so far ranged from The Blue Room to Pygmalion.  Jason Director,… Read more.


Still a bit green

According to director Iris-Edwige Gaillard’s notes, Banana Republic, a live performance in which a roving video camera relays certain aspects to a screen, aims to make the audience think about the differences between experiencing the text as theatre and sitcom.  The acting was of a good standard throughout, and Avi Wanono’s set design made good… Read more.


MICF: Bullet

A live radio play with a hero, villains, robots and super powers, Bullet: A Superhero Comedy gives its audience a satisfying action story performed with style. However – Holy misclassification Batman! – it is less like a comedy and more an adventure with some comedic touches such as animated classic The Incredibles. Bullet has the soul… Read more.



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