A Drop Too Many – Review by Catherine Lawrence
Created in response to the SEQ/Northern NSW floods and droughts, A Drop Too Many is a physical theatre work that highlights community strength in the presence of disaster—reminding audiences of the equal perils of too much and too little water, where communities are ‘destroyed in the dry, drowned in the wet.’ The show focuses on the lived experience and stories of people affected by the Dry and the Wet, and told through movement, voice, clever visuals, and against the backdrop of a fantastic soundscape.
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Picture: A Drop Too Many (Credit: Creative Futures Photography)
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