Shadow Warrior: a powerful one-woman show
“Smoke machine clouds announce that shit is about to get real. The stage is groggy with all the smoke but we can still make out a pair of Puma high-tops. They’re navy, well-worn and say a great deal about their missing owner: a B-Girl, a dancer of loyalty, a fierce mess of fearlessness and fucked up incredible talent. Then she’s there: Demi Sorono. On stage in a Chicago Bulls jersey, putting on her kicks and the mask of many. Without warning she becomes a gangster, a prankster, a singer… her mother. An all-rounder. A one-woman show doesn’t give this woman enough credit.” (Emma Dempsey, The Music)
Directed by Gerard Veltre
Written by Gerard Veltre and Demi Sorono
Performance by: Demi Sorono
Music by Mc Julez, Zane Beck, Demi Sorono
Animation by Sebastian Fowler
Duration: 55 minutes, no interval
Age range: 14 – 99 years old
Access: The work is accessible to people that are hearing or visually impaired as it is very visually dramatic and physical, but also rich with sound and dialogue. We are happy to arrange Auslan (Australian sign language) interpreters for performances, upon request and for an extra charge.
Audience warnings: Stage smoke.
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