Presented in Association with Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts

Step inside a 24-hour live performance and cinema spectacle. Like bingeing on a box-set, you won’t be able to drag yourself away.

A diverse cast of 100 different men are invited to star opposite Nat Randall in a scene inspired by the John Cassavetes’ cult film Opening Night. Randall performs the same short scene as an ageing theatre star on the brink of self-destruction on repeat. Watch as it shifts in meaning and emotion with each new participant. On-stage sparks fly and the sense of elation and anxiety is palpable.

Come for an hour, stay for the night – this is performance at its most epic, a complex game of fiction and reality

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