Sydney Festival is searching for an octogenarian couple to perform in a production as part of the 2013 Festival called The Moment I Saw You I Knew I Could Love You.

You will need to be available from January 7 – 13.

If you are interested in being involved in this project and would like to receive further information, please contact Lauren Eisinger (lauren.eisinger@sydneyfestival.org.au or 8248 6549)

Please note, this is a volunteer role and you will not receive remuneration for your participation. You will be covered under the Sydney Festival’s volunteer insurance policy. 

 

ABOUT THE SHOW

The Moment I Saw You I Knew I Could Love You
Curious, UK

Written and Devised by
Leslie Hill and Helen Paris
With Claudia Barton
Filmmaker Andrew Kotting
Composer Graeme Miller

“There are a thousand beautiful moments… It’s a rich and rewarding experience being immersed in this watery world”
Total Theatre

A highly original and haunting performance installation,
The Moment I Saw You I Knew I Could Love You blurs the boundaries of film, music and live action.

Set inside the belly of a whale, the audience is cast adrift in life-boats to be fully immersed in stories, myths and siren songs about gut feelings, memories, love and survival.

Filmmaker
Andrew Kotting, composer Graeme Miller and chanteuse Claudia Barton have crafted a magical world and quest to contemplate the intricacy, beauty, fragility and wonder of life.

 

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