Something in the Water

“Enter into a wacky world of sea monsters in high heels and angry mobs with tiny pitchforks” – InDaily

When Grumms transforms into a squid monster (think Creature from the Black Lagoon meets The Muppets), they must hide their secret identity and disguise as a “normal human woman”. Stunning video projections, puppetry and physical comedy combine in this absurd exploration of gender and growing up “normal”.

WINNER: Best Theatre, Adelaide Fringe 2021

OFFICIAL SELECTION: Spotlight Canada, Edinburgh Fringe 2021

3 thoughts on “Something in the Water

  1. This show should be seen by EVERYONE. It is beautiful, heart felt, thoughtful and provoking. The audience participation engages even reluctant allies. Gender, and identity in general, is questioned in a thoughtful and engaging way that leaves the audience feeling a bit more empowered to notice and love the diversity of our society.

  2. Wow! Such a clever, well-performed, and touching show. A beautiful depiction of trans experiences and challenging gender norms for everyone. Don’t miss this one!

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