Inner Nature at Melbourne FringeSaturday, 22 September 2018 - 7:00pm
Loop Project Space & Bar 23, Meyers Place, MelbourneVictoria
A Fringe play produced by Ariel and Liz!
A modern artist and technology addict is sent to the oldest forest to make a work of art for a cause. Her companions, a group of tree huggers, will soon find that she doesn't care about the forest being logged. She doesn't even recycle.
What do you do when you are stripped of all your comforts, screens, and gadgets? Maybe talk to others and find your inner nature.
The Fringe Festival
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