Ron: "Love me love my Holden' revs into action in a theatrical smorgasbord of stand-up comedy, naturalistic drama and circus accompanied by the very cool original theme music of Finn Gilfedder-Cooney and dynamic soundtrack by Michael Bouwman. This work revs menacingly on all 8 cylinders.
Does Ron really prefer intimacy with his Monaro than his lovely wife Rose?
Just how far will his misogynistic racist rage go?
This 'new-housing-estate' gothic scenario explores the sense of isolation, lack of cultural identity and paranoia of the new immigrant so frequently exploited by today's politician.
MY LOVE HAD A BLACK SPEED STRIPE takes this loneliness and fear to a new level as the mind of a psychopath slowly develops the final surburban 'solution'.
MY LOVE HAD A BLACK SPEED STRIPE adapted and directed by Matilda award winning Brenna Lee-Cooney from the cult novel by Australian author Henry Williams.
Dance, mime, circus and music meet urban car-porn poetry.
The Fractal House Style of ‘movement, poetic text and music’ was never more vibrant, real, funny, and thrillingly dark
MY LOVE HAD A BLACK SPEED STRIPE explores a quintessentially Australian suburban reality that we prefer to overlook, that we’d like to think was a relic of the past – but for anyone who has stepped outside the trendy leafy inner suburbs is well aware exists and is both endearingly funny and bleakly terrifying
Sandro Colarelli is a tour de force in the lead role of RON; while the trio of highly skilled physical performers Zoe DePlevitz, Beth Incognito and Vanja Matula present the Monaro as a living breathing organism – which must be ultimately sacrificed in an orgy of death