DONKEY TO APPEAR ON STAGE IN A THEATRE WORK SURE TO RAISE A BRAY

Endlings Immaculate (‘Endlings’ meaning the last of their species) is the latest theatre work to come out of our stable. Chapel of Change.

WE originally produced our works from our studio in Fitzroy, but we are now based at The Patch, in the hills outside Melbourne, and have chosen to present four 'work in progress' performances of Endlings Immaculate at the local Gemco Theatre in Emerald. (Performed FEB 2015)

Endlings Immaculate is set in the hull of a large fishing boat, the boat is going nowhere, in fact it has never left it’s mooring. Inside a mother has given birth to what she believes are four immaculate conceptions, all now adult sons, she waits in anticipation of a fifth miraculous birth.

She considers herself a perpetual virgin, and whilst she subsumes all the aspects of motherly love for her four divine sons, each of them competes for her incestuous attention.

Each of her sons has a fragmented memory of their past, and as the darker ocean begins to leak into the vessel, the sons are determined to escape what has become a psychologically fragmented and closeted existence with their eremite Mother.

Above them on the top deck, a lowly donkey carries the material burdens of the poor; and holds all knowledge of the true story inside the Endlings absurd fishing boat.

With only four performance's and limited seating at the Gemco Theatre in Emerald this is a rare opportunity to see Chapel of Change in performance prior to ENDLINGS world premier. A live performance not to be missed.

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