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World Problems

Southbank Theatre
Southbank
Southbank Theatre, 140 Southbank Boulevard
Southbank, Victoria 3006 Australia

Date

03 May –
22 May

About the Show

“World Problems” is a mesmerising journey through one woman’s memories, blurring the lines between personal recollections and speculative futures. As she delves deeper into her childhood, the distinction between self and the broader world becomes increasingly nebulous. Emma Mary Hall, known for her astute observations, crafts an elegy for the future, blending comedy and terror in a cathartic exploration. Carly Sheppard’s vivid performance, under Cassandra Fumi’s direction and Dann Barber’s design, catapults audiences through time. The play seamlessly merges intimate reflections with global perspectives, offering a poignant reflection on the human condition. With its poetic sensibility and attention to historical and global matters, “World Problems” serves as a solo time capsule, inviting audiences to contemplate where personal narratives intersect with the collective fate of humanity.

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“World Problems” is a mesmerising journey through one woman’s memories, blurring the lines between personal recollections and speculative futures. As she delves deeper into her childhood, the distinction between self and the broader world becomes increasingly nebulous. Emma Mary Hall, known for her astute observations, crafts an elegy for the future, blending comedy and terror in a cathartic exploration. Carly Sheppard’s vivid performance, under Cassandra Fumi’s direction and Dann Barber’s design, catapults audiences through time. The play seamlessly merges intimate reflections with global perspectives, offering a poignant reflection on the human condition. With its poetic sensibility and attention to historical and global matters, “World Problems” serves as a solo time capsule, inviting audiences to contemplate where personal narratives intersect with the collective fate of humanity.

Date

03 May
22 May

About the Show

“World Problems” is a mesmerising journey through one woman’s memories, blurring the lines between personal recollections and speculative futures. As she delves deeper into her childhood, the distinction between self and the broader world becomes increasingly nebulous. Emma Mary Hall, known for her astute observations, crafts an elegy for the future, blending comedy and terror in a cathartic exploration. Carly Sheppard’s vivid performance, under Cassandra Fumi’s direction and Dann Barber’s design, catapults audiences through time. The play seamlessly merges intimate reflections with global perspectives, offering a poignant reflection on the human condition. With its poetic sensibility and attention to historical and global matters, “World Problems” serves as a solo time capsule, inviting audiences to contemplate where personal narratives intersect with the collective fate of humanity.

Read More

“World Problems” is a mesmerising journey through one woman’s memories, blurring the lines between personal recollections and speculative futures. As she delves deeper into her childhood, the distinction between self and the broader world becomes increasingly nebulous. Emma Mary Hall, known for her astute observations, crafts an elegy for the future, blending comedy and terror in a cathartic exploration. Carly Sheppard’s vivid performance, under Cassandra Fumi’s direction and Dann Barber’s design, catapults audiences through time. The play seamlessly merges intimate reflections with global perspectives, offering a poignant reflection on the human condition. With its poetic sensibility and attention to historical and global matters, “World Problems” serves as a solo time capsule, inviting audiences to contemplate where personal narratives intersect with the collective fate of humanity.

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