Boyle and Waters in LEOTARD
Two of Queensland’s most fearless physical comedians, Neridah Waters and Bridget Boyle, are combining to form Boyle and Waters in LEOTARD.
Two performers wander into a dusty room. Suddenly the space is illuminated, filled with vintage leotards, glittering with sequins, Lycra in every colour of the rainbow. One by one, the performers pull on the Lycra and are transformed. Who were the women who wore these leotards? What were their secrets? And how many interpretive dance routines will there be?
Leotards reveal the truth of the body, underneath the most absurd layers of adornment. In LEOTARD, Boyle and Waters reveal the truths of these characters under their absurd adornment of mental sequins. LEOTARD is a timely exploration of the performance of womanhood via lashings of Lycra.
Featuring real-life stories from female-identifying bodies from all walks (and dances) of life, this is a not-to-be-missed theatrical extravaganza. Boyle and Waters in LEOTARD is one of a dazzling array of performance events happening as part of the Metro Arts, With Love festival. Come and help bid farewell to this historic arts venue and celebrate the many extraordinary performances that it has housed over the years.
DATES: 7:30pm, 4 – 8 February 2020
WHERE: Sue Benner Theatre, Metro Arts
PRICE: General Admission $32 + booking fee | Concession $25 + booking fee.BOOK NOW
Bridget Boyle – Performer / Creator
Neridah Waters – Performer / Creator
Lucas Stibbard – Director / Creator / Sound Designer / Scenic Designer
Cameron Clark – Scenic Designer / Design Realisation
Christine Felmingham – Lighting Designer
Nathan Sibthorpe – Video Designer
Images by Lucas Stibbard.
Reviews for Bridget Boyle
“… this is a virtuoso comic performance.” – The Australian
“… raucous and irrepressible.” – The West Australian
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Images by Lucas Stibbard
Boyle and Waters in LEOTARD is proudly supported by Brisbane City Council. The Creative Sparks Fund is a partnership between the Queensland Government and the Brisbane City Council to support local arts and culture in Brisbane.