Tags: 2015 Anywhere Frankston

Thank you Frankston!

[dt_sc_fullwidth_section parallax=”no” backgroundrepeat=”no-repeat” backgroundposition=”left top”] [dt_sc_hr_invisible_medium] [dt_sc_one_half first type =” type1″] After 17 days and 83 performances through the nooks and crannies of Frankston, the 2015 Frankston Anywhere Festival is now over. We’d like to thank Frankston City Council for making it all possible for us to present the festival for a second year in a row. Wed […]

Review: DoubleSpeak

DOUBLE TALKING  A disused office space with a plastic tropical garden at one end and scaffolding supporting a spinning propeller at the front set the scene for Dig Collective’s Double Speak at Frankston’s Anywhere Festival on Sunday, September 6.

Review: A Sunburnt History

Review: A Sunburnt History

Nick Waxman gives the audience a new perspective on old themes, creating ‘conversation about transportation and deportation, stretching the bounds of imagination…..’ – an interesting slant on the links between various aspects of Australia’s journey from a prehistoric land mass to wombeasts, the Federation, prisons, the Butterfly Effect, questionable politics and karma….blended seamlessly and humorously […]

Review: Good Show

Review: Good Show

‘Good Show’ is a fun journey into the future where robots have cemented their power in our lives. It’s the year 2027 and we are taken through a series of scenarios all revolving around a new technological world. We see how computers match us with our perfect partners, but is that a good thing? We […]

Review: Exit Everything

‘Exit Everything’ was a highly engaging and thought provoking theatrical experience. To me, it personified what the Anywhere Festival is all about – marrying the perfect venue with a clever, intriguing performance. The Guitar Village was visually appealing with its rows upon rows of guitars and musical instruments, making it the ideal backdrop for a […]

Review: Plunge

Review: Plunge

‘Plunge’ creatively explores the delicate beginnings of relationships through contemporary dance, text and narrative. It is a visually powerful piece that is not afraid to take its time. It delves into that ‘moment’ when you take the risk to make a connection with someone. There can be anxiety, excitement and joy at being accepted, and […]