Created & directed by Emily Ayoub and Madeline Baghurst
Nun Madeline Baghurst
Bernadette Emily Ayoub
Man Christopher Samuel Carrol
Producer Kate Gaul
Composer & Sound Designer Daniel Herten
Lighting Designer Victor Kalka
Designer Tobhiyah Stone Feller
Stage Manager Domenic Hort
Production Photography Geoff Magee
A traveller is rescued from the surging seas to the devout fishing village of Saint-Cotriade. Conversation is sparse and his temporary lodgings in an ancient monastery bring him face to face with an unsettling kind of hook-up culture.
Plenty of Fish in the Sea is a darkly humorous and physically adventurous contemporary fable about finding the perfect catch.
Company members are graduates of the Jacques Lecoq Theatre School in Paris, and this training informs the ensemble's process of creating original devised theatre.
Clockfire Theatre Company is an independent Australian theatre company based in the Wollondilly Shire in NSW on Gundangurra Land. We make original devised productions. Led by Artistic Director, Emily Ayoub and Associate Artistic Director, Madeline Baghurst, our practice is grounded in physical improvisation and ensemble collaboration influenced by our training at Jacques Lecoq Theatre School. Clockfire's creative process is ignited by a spirit of discovery between artists pursuing an unknown endpoint together. Clockfire Creative Lab is an introduction to Lecoq’s foundational teachings and offers participants an insight into the inspiration behind our artistic process.
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