/ by Leon Ewing

From the makers of Wish (Winner, The Blue Room Theatre Members’ Choice 2011 and Blue Stone Award for Outstanding Individual Performance) Skin – two tales of transformation – promises intimate, visceral, stripped-back storytelling theatre dealing with identity and difference, on our doorstep and in our own backyard. 
 A hairdresser on holiday in Vietnam undergoes a surprising metamorphosis. 
 “He stripped down to his underpants, listening to the duet for piano and ceiling-fan, and wondering what was coming next.” 
 An actor in search of inspiration at a remote salt-lake in Western Australia gets more than he bargained for. 
 “Dreamtime not once-upon-a-time; Dreamtime still here.” 
 Humphrey Bower is a multi-award-winning actor, writer and director. Originally performed at La Mama in Melbourne, Skin received nominations in Green Room Award categories Best Solo Performer and Best New Writing for the Australian Stage 
 Written, directed and performed by Humphrey Bower Original live music by Leon Ewing Lighting design by Andrew Lake Choreography by Sue Peacock

From the makers of Wish (Winner, The Blue Room Theatre Members’ Choice 2011 and Blue Stone Award for Outstanding Individual Performance) Skin – two tales of transformation – promises intimate, visceral, stripped-back storytelling theatre dealing with identity and difference, on our doorstep and in our own backyard.

A hairdresser on holiday in Vietnam undergoes a surprising metamorphosis.

“He stripped down to his underpants, listening to the duet for piano and ceiling-fan, and wondering what was coming next.”

An actor in search of inspiration at a remote salt-lake in Western Australia gets more than he bargained for.

“Dreamtime not once-upon-a-time; Dreamtime still here.”

Humphrey Bower is a multi-award-winning actor, writer and director. Originally performed at La Mama in Melbourne, Skin received nominations in Green Room Award categories Best Solo Performer and Best New Writing for the Australian Stage

Written, directed and performed by Humphrey Bower
Original live music by Leon Ewing
Lighting design by Andrew Lake
Choreography by Sue Peacock