Likened to a Seinfeld stand up show – if the audience was from outer space – TITLE AND DEED is a one-man show that dissects our everyday quirks and quibbles with an unapologetic bluntness.
Delivered with comic authority by KIN’s Keith Brockett (Ronnie Chieng: International Student, The Librarians), TITLE AND DEED packs a political punch the likes of which Melbourne Fringe is famous for.
Originally developed with the Gare St. Lazare players of Ireland (The Beckett Trilogy, MIAF 2010), TITLE AND DEED introduces us to an unnamed man from Somewhere Else. Over the course of 50 minutes, he pits his own traditions, rituals and habits against our own, and, in doing so, exposes the futility of both. Reviewed by The New York Times as a “… a haunting and often fiercely funny meditation on life as a state of permanent exile,” TITLE AND DEED has already added additional shows to its Melbourne Fringe season to cater for Melbourne’s growing Eno fan base. (Red Stitch’s The Realistic Jones’s recently enjoyed a successful run in St Kilda East.)
September 23 – 30