Published in: Adelaide Fringe Guide
UniSA Creative researchers and local independent theatre company, Stage Secrets, have collaborated to address the surge in domestic family violence (DFV) cases due to COVID restrictions. Theatre director and research lead, Dr Corinna Di Niro, has adapted Geoff Gillham’s ‘Bone Cage’ so audiences not only bear witness to the confronting situation before them but feel imprisoned by the live and video action surrounding them.
This is made possible through immersive technology and clever audience positioning to reinforce the fact that for many DFV survivors there is simply nowhere to go. ‘Bone Cage’ sheds light on domestic violence in a tragically beautiful performance like few have ever before. Post-show discussion/workshop included.
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You can read more about Bone Cage at the 2022 Fringe here: https://unisa.edu.au/unisanews/2021/december/story10/?fbclid=IwAR17jQ6S0ItUIDPrZXkmrOvPiwigNma1LUiVisO5eqYfliftTIgnRpCtxZU
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