Fringe 2018: Mosquitoes

When you're invited onto a yacht by a wealthy Sydney-sider you don't say no. Especially if you are an artist, and you could really go for a free meal or a bottle of rum. Gordon, the painter, comes aboard for more than just that. It's seems that's the case for almost everyone.

The Lower Garden Theatre Company presents an adaptation of William Faulkner's satirical novel 'Mosquitoes' set against a climate of art criticism, creation and inspiration. What pushes people away from you can sometimes be your own fight against solitude, and Miss. Maurier is adamant her yacht party will make her happy. If not, then maybe sex will. Drink or swim, that's your choice.

'Mosquitoes' is an intimate night of love, laughter and shattered dreams. The mosquitoes come at dusk.

Starring a cast of local Sydney talent, led by artistic director Todd McHenry.

Performance dates:

25 - 29 September at 8:30pm