Adelaide – Acting for Life: Festival Die In
February 28 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Join us for the most disruptive and affecting show of the festival season.
This summer, bushfires have killed more than 1,000,000,000 animals. Between 2030 – 2050, the climate emergency will cause at least 250,000 human deaths per year. To bear witness to this tragedy, we will stage a funeral procession and die-in at a prominent festival location in Adelaide’s East-End.
At the die-in, we will lie on the ground under white shrouds. Our show will make it clear to thousands of festival goers that our government must act on behalf of life by taking immediate action on the climate emergency.
This action promises to be the most participatory theatrical event of the festival season. It involves maximum exposure and no risk of arrest.
Meeting location to be confirmed closer to the date.
** What to Wear **
Dark clothing or an Australian animal costume or mask.
** What to Bring **
A white sheet to use as a shroud and a yoga mat for comfort.