A PLACE CALLED MAZE
In a place far away, a group of people are asking questions that you might be asking too; everyday moments are explored and a search for meaning unravels.
A PLACE CALLED MAZE is a theatrical work created and developed by Fusion Theatre’s evening ensemble and inspired by Shaun Tan’s well-known illustrated book The Red Tree.
In A PLACE CALLED MAZE the performers set out to question society and to challenge stereotypes in a timeless quest for acceptance and identity.
Diverse performers bring diverse ideas to the table…
Maze makes a connection
– Casey Neill, Star Journal Dandenong
Created by Fusion evening ensemble
Directed by Magda Miranda
Fusion Artistic Director: Jo Raphael
Sound and Set Design: Magda Miranda
Artistic support: Amanda Santucionne
Dramaturge: Rea Dennis
Intern: Alex Mallis
Performers: Alex Litsoudis, Alex Mallis, Amanda Santucionne, Andrew ‘Biz’ Bisignano, Andrew Robbins, Andy McKinnon, Emily Johnson, Jean-Marie Cadby, Katrina Welsby, Krishan Dass, Toni William, Vicki Robbins
Image by Magda Miranda
Graphic Design by Annie House
Unfortunately The Burrow is currently not wheelchair accessible and has no accessible toilet available. La Mama apologise for this. Assistance dogs are welcomed and Companion Card complimentary tickets can be booked online. If you have any questions about access, please contact the La Mama office at 9347 6948.