Combining monologue with blog, the spoken word with the social networking update, Duty Free explores the overseas adventures that fill some people’s ‘gap year’. The itinerary is not inclusive of a three act structure, a hero’s journey, or blinding and timely revelations where it all makes sense. Monologue-based, with interludes of music and movement, it’s a quiet, concentrated, intimate show that travels through identity formation in both lived and described experience. Off on a journey to find yourself? Bon Voyage. There you are.
Duty Free (Part 1) was first performed on Tuesday 9th November, 2010 In Studio L202, Kelvin Grove, Queensland University of Technology.
ISBN: 978 1 921390 91 3
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