A work in the Dunedin Public Art Gallery collection puts
an old story through a modern filter.
A wharf shed may seem an unpromising theatrical venue, but
Shed 40 is an inspired choice for the Fortune's latest
production. Inside, and not just on the stage, the place
seems full of junk, mostly dating from the 1950s, when the
play is set.
A comedy of menace presented in a cargo shed full of junk,
where you are not quite sure what's happening, is an exciting
Fortune Theatre project for Arts Festival Dunedin. Charmian
''Morphologies'', Barry Brickell (Brett McDowell
East meets West in a musical ensemble visiting as part of
Arts Festival Dunedin, writes Gillian Thomas.
This week James Dignan examines the works Barry Brickell,
Eliot Coates, Jane Crisp and Julie Greig.
His Own Steam, Barry Brickell (Dunedin Public Art
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