(And Other Forms of Knowing)
Welcome to the realm of déjà vu, where dreams and intuition collide. Where secret signals are lost and found in the subliminal mind. It’s the futile grasp of dissolving vision, which possibly never existed. The mysterious warp of knowing the unknown, and re-living the predicted.
Following the sell-out success of #DearDiary, Andi Snelling is back with this dark, theatrical dance into all those things we only know subliminally. With not a word spoken, this is physical theatre at its most haunting.
Debuted to critical acclaim at Melbourne Fringe 2016, with plans for touring in the future.
Created, Performed & Co-Produced by Andi Snelling
Directed by Danielle Cresp
Design by Victoria Haslam
Sound by Caleb Garfinkel
Co-Produced by Jessica To
REVIEWS from Melbourne Fringe 2016 season:
"Sublime to watch... An eerie and fascinating physical exploration... a truly original and exciting show." - Myf Clark, Aussie Theatre
"Nightmarishly funny... with a special talent for mischievous humour. Déjà Vu is dreamlike and will leave you mystified." - Cameron Woodhead, The Age
"Truly beautiful... (Snelling) is never less than an engaging presence... It's like something out of Beckett; an Endgame for one." - Tim Byrne, Timeout
"Dance theatre at its best." - Anne-Marie Peard, Sometimes Melbourne
"Snelling is spellbinding... a master chameleon of movement, a physical provocateur, - Jo Daly, Weekend Notes
"A spectacular performance... her acting talent is phenomenal." - Penny Stephens, Milkbar Mag
"Brilliant... a piece that allows the audience to take away different perspectives." - April Brenner, BCause Arts
"An exciting piece that will have you working from beginning to end." - Amber Bock, The Plus Ones
"Every scene is visually striking... Andi has such incredible control of her body." - Keith Gow
Stills from Déjà Vu (And Other Forms of Knowing), Melbourne Fringe 2016 season.
(Photography by Sarah Walker)