By Brian Lipson and Mark Wilson
A presentation of a friendship between two people who have “lost their souls” – that is to say they’re living their lives in search of meaning.
The pair ponder the implication of the subversive Christopher Marlowe's 16th century play Doctor Faustus, about a man who makes a pact with the devil. An intimate and alarming experience for those interested in matters of the soul.
A sneak peek into the work was live-streamed on Saturday 25 July at 2pm.
Mark Wilson is a Melbourne-based theatre maker, director, actor, writer, and dramaturg. He regularly directs, performs and teaches Shakespeare (plus his adaptations Unsex Me, Richard II and Anti-Hamlet), as well as directing new work (Declan Furber Gillick's Bighouse Dreaming). Last year he co-created and performed in the award-winning Doors Shut.
Brian Lipson is a Writer, Actor, Director, Designer and Teacher. His work ranges from major Shakespearian roles to Experimental Performance. His solo show A Large Attendance in the Antechamber received acclaim worldwide. He’s won 4 Green Room Awards and been nominated for 9. Brian received an Australia Council Fellowship in 2011.
Supported by the City of Melbourne COVID-19 Arts Grants