5 STARS from Advertiser & Indaily Following sell-out success of #DearDiary at The Bakehouse in 2016, Andi Snelling returns with her new physical theatre tour de force........AUDIENCE SEATING:- General Admission with mandatory masks.PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN
Under the Microscope and Andi Snelling (SA/VIC)
Powerhouse performer Andi Snelling is in the fight of her life after a tick bite plunged her into dangerously ill health. Little does she know, she is about to orchestrate her own rescue in this visceral odyssey that blends clowning, storytelling and roller skates.
Through a profound celebration of mortality and resilience, Andi aligns the personal with the universal and makes the invisible visible as she shares her ongoing plight with unflinching honesty and gut-punching comedy. The show’s message of hope amidst uncertainty is even more relevant now than ever.
With rave reviews, standing ovations and making multiple 'Best Of 2019' lists, this show is simply unmissable.
" Highlight of the year. A sublimely talented performer dealt a serious blow by fate. Entertaining and moving, an inoculation against despair.” - The Age
“A love of life might not have been better depicted on stage. It deserves to be seen by a wider audience and on the main stages.” - Witness Performance
“An essential theatrical experience. Snelling burns with an incandescent love of life. Her physical performance constantly astonishes.” - Theatreview NZ
Winner – SA Tour Ready Award (2019 Melbourne Fringe).
Winner – Best Marketing Award (2020 New Zealand Fringe).
Nominated – 2020 Green Room Award (Lead Performer, Independent Theatre).
Nominated – 2020 Green Room Award (Writing, Independent Theatre).
5 STARS Andi Snelling is a multi-talented, highly skilled performer who knows how to use theatricality – and roller skates – to explore what it is to be human. ★★★★★
Greg Elliott - Indaily
5 STARS "She puts herself, naked and brave, as a question to the audience. How do you respond when life randomly burdens you with adversity?"
Andi Snelling: Writer & Performer
Fiona Scott-Norman: Dramaturg
Danielle Cresp: Director (2019 Melbourne Fringe)
Matthew Briggs: Producer
Lighting Design: Stephen Dean
Lighting & Sound Operator: Stephen Dean