Choreographer Chrissie Parrott and composer Jonathan Mustard transform the entire Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery into a dark secret garden filled with the sound of one hundred music boxes.
Under a patchwork sky, beautiful and enigmatic characters lead the audience through a series of beguiling stories where absurd machinery of an overzealous bureaucracy flings the performers into a complex web of intrigue.
Choreographer Chrissie Parrott
Composer Jonathan Mustard
Performers Quindell Orton, Jonathan Mustard, Leanne Mason, Rhiannon Newton, Jacqui Claus, Tom Penney, Russell Leonard and Hugh Veldon.
Parrott’s plot is visually seductive, witty, entertaining and ultimately compelling because of the strength of her choreography and the magnetism of her dancers. (The Garden, 2009) The Australian
Chrissie Parrott has created a magical garden. The intricate detail of the set, the costumes and the choreography, in combination with Mustard’s rich tapestry of music and sound, is a sensual feast. This one is not to be missed. (The Garden, 2009) The West Australian