Hands I Burnt
Hands I Burnt is a re-imagining of Hans Christian Andersens’ The Little Match Girl. Through physical theatre and immersive installation, travel through a house of fragmented memories, experience The Little Match Girl's supposed life and watch The Storyteller relive the speculation and spectacle surrounding the tragic life of her father.
There are two major components to this piece, an immersive installation followed by a performance.
During the installation, the audience is invited to explore the space and learn about The Little Match Girl, her relationship to her father and the flurry of assumptions surrounding her death (as compiled by The Storyteller).
The Storyteller is an abstract creature who has discovered letters written by The Father; The Storyteller activates the letters and once activated, becomes a conduit for The Father to relive his version of the story.
Created and Directed by Aslam Abdus-samad | Starring Paul Musumeci | Music by DA Carter
This production has been supported by The Australia Council for the Arts, Broken Hill Art Exchange, PACT Centre for Emerging Artists (Vacant Room Residency 2015) and Ashfield Youth Theatre (Artist Xchange). This is a Sydney Fringe Festival event.
Friday 23rd September 7pm | Saturday 24th September 6pm & 8pm | BUY TICKETS
- EXTERNAL LINKS:
- Sydney Fringe Festival Website
- | Aslam Abdus-samad
- | DA Carter