DOPPELGANGSTER'S 'THE ETERNITY OF THE WORLD: PARTS MISSING'

Doppelgangster is heading to Melbourne and Sydney with this incredible new show...

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THE ETERNITY OF THE WORLD: PARTS MISSING 

by Doppelgangster and MKA: Theatre of New Writing.


"From Aristotle to that 'Cruisin’ episode of Rockos Modern Life, this troubling and mesmerising contemporary performance work speculates beyond the known." 

"A black mass, a misremembering, and a disappearance act."

"A stark, strange, and surreal event; featuring the twice singularly brilliant performances of Kerith Manderson-Galvin and Tobias Manderson-Galvin, the cutting, experimental jazz score of Maria Moles (JAALA) and Adam Halliwell, and the incendiary dramaturgy of Dr Tom Payne (Doppelgangster/Wales)."

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