Not Dead Yet

“a feast of sight and sound…full of movement and energy and seat-of-the-pants improvisation” The Age

A collaboration with Born in a Taxi

Theatreworks, Melbourne Fringe Festival

September 2005

Inspired by a Chilean myth in which people with disabilities are the gatekeepers of the soul on its journey between death and the world beyond, Not Dead Yet featured a set made of sand dunes by Emily Barrie and live percussion by Tania Bosak. Not Dead Yet was awarded Most Outstanding Production, Melbourne Fringe Festival, 2005.

Sept 2005 Theatreworks, Melbourne Fringe Festival

Directed by Kate Sulan & Penny Baron
Design Emily Barrie
Lighting Design Richard Vabre
Composition Tania Bosak
Sound Design Jethro Woodward
Production Manager Sophie O’Connor

Performed by
Steven Ajzenberg, Clement Baade, Kellyann Bently, Ray Drew, Rachel Edward, Nilgun Guven, Carolyn Hanna, Valerie Hawkes, Nick Pappas, Kerryn Poke, Louise Riisik, Jolan Tobias, John Tonso

photographer: Paul Dunn

2005 Most Outstanding Production,
Melbourne Fringe Festival
Not Dead Yet