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A Midnight Visit

A Midnight Visit
Perth Girls School

By the last breath of the winds that blow...

Part fever-dream, part vaudeville, part escape room, part mystery, and all Poe, this is never what you expect.

Presented by Fringeworld and Broad Productions, directed by Danielle Harvey, produced by Kirsten Siddle, and featuring a baker's dozen (including the building) of extraordinary performers, this is a one-of-a-kind event.

Upon entry, you are given a brief history and the Rules - the most important of which are No Talking and No Touching the Performers Unless They Ask - and divided into random groups. You are then set loose in different parts of the School to search, encounter, and learn. Expect to get a good work-out.

None of this is jump-scare horror - the horrors are much more subtle and intimate. Some parts are one-on-one, others engage all in the room. All are disturbing.

On to the cast:

Stee Andrews as The King is tragic and disturbing, while Megan Drury as The Actress plays a cast of tho…

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Leece and I participated in last night’s performance of Wet Sounds in the dive pool at HBF Stadium.

Leece and I participated in last night’s performance of Wet Sounds in the dive pool at HBF Stadium.

I say participated because it is not an event you merely watch or listen to. You take part. A lot.

There are two distinct parts to the soundtrack, with above and below water tracks interweaving throughout the event. Because of the different densities of the air and water, the above water track only penetrates a few cm below the surface, and the below water track changes quality depending on depth. As a result you spend a lot of time diving and surfacing, and generally experimenting with the way the sound changes. Immersing one ear and keeping the other out of the water creates a remarkable effect.

The soundtrack is paired with a slow-sync lightshow, constantly changing the view of the other swimmers around you, who create a slow ballet (with you) that furthers the surreality of the experience.

The soundtrack itself inspires comparisons with Jarre’s “Concerts in China”, Visage, and Artemis, …

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I have communication objects none.

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I'm about to make myself breakfast....instructions unclear! Lol!!!

https://www.esstmehrfastfood.com/2018/05/carb-keto-pancakes.html

Via Michael J. Coffey and of particular interest to Stephen Gunnell and Alicia Smith .

Via Michael J. Coffey and of particular interest to Stephen Gunnell and Alicia Smith .

Originally shared by Mattias Adolfsson
http://mattiasa.blogspot.com/2019/01/pen-secrets-complete-set.html

Sometimes Goog's #autoawesome gets it just right!

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Sometimes Goog's #autoawesome gets it just right!

Just follow the link and comment! No kickbacks on this one!

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Just follow the link and comment! No kickbacks on this one!

And they do awesome work!

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