TANK is a cautionary tale; a brutal reflection of our absurdly volatile relationship with the environment and each other.

What would you sacrifice to survive?

Three fish swim peacefully in an aquarium. The coral is bright but life is dull.

When a fourth fish is introduced into the tank, their status quo is confronted and life begins to take a turn for the worse.

The temperature rises, food is scarce, and a fight for survival begins.

Primitive instincts are brought to the fore as the world they know collapses around them.

TANK is a cautionary tale; a brutal reflection of our absurdly volatile relationship with the environment and each other.

Adapt or die, it’s a fish-eat-fish world out there and one of them has to go.

This is the third production from CHAOS ENSEMBLE, an eclectic group of local artists exploring the outer limits of performance and creating engaging and unpredictable works in a celebration of chaos.

“Dark humour at it’s finest… raw, charged and powered by an immense underlying empathy.” Praise for i’m not alright from The West Australian

Writer & Director: Daley Kind // Producer: Natalie Di Risio // Featuring: Nick Maclaine, Izzy McDonald, Geordie Crawley, Tristan McInnes // Lighting Designer: Scott McArdle // Set Designer: Sara Chirichilli // Costume Designer: Sophie Braham // Stage Manager: Georgia Smith

Recommended for ages 16+

Image: Alice Michie

Where

The Blue Room Theatre

Perth Cultural Centre, 53 James Street, Perth WA 6000

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