“It’s rare to spend time with the fragility of our own existence, and even rarer to spend time in the space in between living and dying, described so beautifully in the show as a place of ‘pure love’.” Time Out
We are finite in an infinite world – the punchline of existence is how little of it we’re given.
Join us on a journey of mythical proportions with Lady Eats Apple.
Set inside a vast, awe-inspiring inflatable, Lady Eats Apple is a story about the inevitability of death, our fragility and the myths and illusions we create to fortify ourselves.
Director Bruce Gladwin
Devisors / Performers Mark Deans, Simon Laherty, Romany Latham, Brian Lipson, Sarah Mainwaring & Scott Price
Set Design Mark Cuthbertson
Projection Design Rhian Hinkley
Lighting Design / Technical Direction Andrew Livingston, bluebottle
Composition Chris Abrahams
Sound Design Marco Cher-Gibard
Sound System Design Nick Carroll
Sound Design & Mix Lachlan Carrick
Dramaturgy Melissa Reeves, Tamara Searle & Kate Sulan
Creative Development Artists Robbie Croft, Shio Otani, Sonia Teuben & Brian Tilley
Costume Design Eugyeene Teh
Stage Manager Alice Fleming
Assistant Stage Manager Lucy Harrison
Production Manager Dans Maree Sheehan
Mechanical Design & Fabrication Kinetic Sets
Senior Producer Ally Harvey
Executive Producer Alice Nash
Developed with support from
The Australian Government‘s Major Festivals Initiative, in association with the Confederation of Australian International Arts Festivals Inc., Melbourne Festival, Adelaide Festival, Perth International Arts Festival, Carriageworks, Wiener Festwochen, Theater der Welt and with support from the Keir Foundation and Thyne Reid Foundation.
This project has been co-commissioned by Holland Festival.
LADY EATS APPLE has been supported by Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation (Eldon and Anne Foote Trust Donor Advised Program 2016).
This presentation has been supported in its development by the Geelong Performing Arts Centre, Arts Centre Melbourne and Coleby Consulting. (First developed in residence at the V&A as part of the London International Festival of Theatre (LIFT)).