Event The Ecstatic Bible
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Venue Scott Theatre, Adelaide, SA
Umbrella Event Adelaide Festival of Arts 2000
First Date 2 March 2000
Opening Date 3 March 2000
Last Date 9 March 2000
Dates Estimated No
Status Professional
World Premiere Yes
Description Brink and the Wrestling School undertook a considerable and highly ambitious project with 'The Ecstatic Bible', Howard Barker's immense collage of fragments and resonances that encapsulate the scope and vision of his entire canon. This play is an alternative and contentious history of civilisation, a provocation to the Bible, a new genealogy of morality, of wanting, of fear, of possession, of love.
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Primary Genre Theatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre Test Drama
Organisations
Contributors
Name Function Notes
William Allert Actor
Emma Beech Actor
Craig Behenna Actor
Sarah Belcher Actor
Syd Brisbane Actor
Michaela Cantwell Actor
James Clyde Actor
Nathaniel Davison Actor
Lizzy Falkland Actor
Cameron Goodall Actor
Victoria Hill Actor
Kate Kelly Actor
Richard Kelly Actor
Gerald Lepkowski Actor
Lex Lindsay Actor
Ksenja Logos Actor
Gerrard McArthur Actor
David Mealor Actor
Sean O'Callaghan Actor
John O'Hare Actor
Ian Pepperell Actor
Alan Perrin Actor
Susan Prior Actor
Charlotte Rees Actor
Paul Reichstein Actor
Victoria Wicks Actor
Alirio Zavarce Actor
Chris Corner Company Manager
Michael Smetanin Composer
Howard Barker Director
Tim Maddock Director
Ace McCarron Lighting Designer
Howard Barker Playwright
Victoria Hill Producer
John Molloy Producer
Mary Moore Set Designer
Jeremy Rowney Sound Designer
Resources
Works
Text Nationality England
Production Nationality Australia
Data Source
Source Description
CV
Brochure The Telstra Adelaide Festival 2000 guide
Newspaper 'I Brink, therefore I am', Rudi Soman, The Weekend Australian, February 12-13, 2000
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Event Identifier 75217