Como resident stares into the void in L’Appel Du Vide

Bryce Fenwick, left, Justin Gray, Carlin Montiero, Tyler Lindsay-Smith, Quintus Olsthoorn, Christopher Colley and Ashana Murphy are appearing in L’Appel Du Vide.
Bryce Fenwick, left, Justin Gray, Carlin Montiero, Tyler Lindsay-Smith, Quintus Olsthoorn, Christopher Colley and Ashana Murphy are appearing in L’Appel Du Vide.

COMO resident Quintus Olsthoorn will explore a world where your experience is your choice in L’Appel Du Vide.

L’Appel Du Vide, “the call of the void”, is a sensitive, heart-warming exploration of the allusive dream and what we sacrifice to achieve what we imagine.

Directed by Amanda Crewes, the show is told through puppetry, masks and live performance and looks at friendship, loss and new perceptions.

L’Appel Du Vide takes us on an adventure through the eyes of different characters as they play with the seductive call from the void,” she said.

“It’s a physical exploration of the idea that curiosity killed the cat and the cost of connection versus the cost of letting go.”

Crewes, a former Gidgegannup resident, has more than 20 years’ experience teaching and directing, and has worked with Handzon, Kompany M, Barking Gecko Theatres and the Perth Theatre Company.

She she set up The Actors’ Hub in East Perth six years ago to provide a serious focus for those wanting to learn more about the acting profession.

L’Appel Du Vide will show at The Actors’ Hub on June 22 and 23 at 7pm.

Tickets are $30, $25 concession.

Book at www.trybooking.com/WBUJ.

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