We sit down with Costume Designer of Dirty Work Elizabeth Whiting to get some behind the scenes thoughts on the show.
We sit down with Set Designer of Dirty Work John Verryt to get some behind the scenes thoughts on the show.
We sit down with Director and Co-Writer of Dirty Work Justin Lewis to get some behind the scenes thoughts on the show.
We sit down with Co-Writer of Dirty Work Jacob Rajan to get some behind the scenes thoughts on the show.
Jacob Rajan’s dazzling solo performance can be summed up in one word: genius
If you’re ever in the mood for a warm and hearty meal, Mrs Krishnan has your back.
Through Rajan’s lively and enthralling performance and intricate puppetry, this is a contemplative piece of theatre that leaves you pondering on the impermanence of life.
“Jacob Rajan hands in an unforgettable performance in multiple roles, joined by a majestic vulture puppet”
“this is a powerhouse production featuring Jacob Rajan… His performance is a tour de force.”
“Jacob Rajan takes his audience on a wild ride to Paradise. On the way, we also get a tour of the chaotic and cosmopolitan Mumbai (or as the Parsis still call it – Bombay).”
“…the standing ovation at the end was well deserved.”
New Zealand playwright-performer Jacob Rajan explores mortality with an eerily lifelike vulture puppet