It’s true. Not all love stories have happy endings. Or beginnings. Or anything that once acquired the elements of ‘fairytale feelings’. Director Noel Anderson combines Melbourne Indie writers (one of those is me!) and Melbourne actors in Love Kills 2017.
Personally, this adventure is going to be quite confronting as I realise that the words I’ve written down, based on an experience that tolled heavily on my moral compass, is lifted from the page in to true 3D character in front of a live audience. That’s it guys and gals, I’m spilling the beans about what it’s like to flaunt your curiosity around the island of Bali. And guess what? So are my friends…!
If you’re in Melbourne for the Fringe Festival, head on down to Caz Reitops Dirty Secrets, an intimate bar in Fitzroy where whispers will wash through after Love Kills, for sure!
Love Kills 2017 Team of actors and writers all spilling the beans on what being in LOVE is really like! Warts and all! Love Kills 2017 – Remember to book early to avoid disappointment as the venue is quite intimate – and the bar is open before and after the show – 14th – 23rd Sept $20/$25.Melbourne Fringe Love KiIls 2017 Tickets viawww.melbournefringe.com.au or (03) 9660 9666
Meet LOVE KILLS 2017 writer – Tracie Lark aka The Literary Gangster has an array of short stories and poetic musings published in various anthologies and collections including the Melbourne Writer’s Social Group’s 2016 Anthology Melbourne. She was a finalist in the Solo Monologue Competition 2013 for her monologue Burg and the Bird, and her work has appeared on ABC Earshot, including a radio produced version of her story Jean. Tracie was invited as as special guest to participate the Scone Writers Festival as part of a panel discussion with the topic ‘Keep It Short’ in November 2016. Her first ebook, titled Hundreds and Thousands: A collection of one hundred word stories, was published on Amazon in 2016.
Tracie’s tale in Love Kills 2017 looks at how quickly ‘Love Smoulders’ on holiday in Bali. Tickets via www.melbournefringe.com.au or (03) 9660 9666