PLEASE NOTE: The 2017 Melbourne Fringe Festival season of Potato Stamp Megalomaniac has been cancelled, we apologise for any inconvenience.
It’s all fun and games until someone has an existential blowout.
It’s 4 a.m. Andrew is still carving potato stamps.
He’s tied his flatmate’s groceries from the ceiling.
He’s started giving away their belongings. He’s got a sense he is becoming a 21st-century-prophet, which makes getting essays in on time difficult, to say the least.
This is a kaleidoscopic remembering of a manic episode.
Original music played on a potato synthesiser.
Excellence Award for Overall Production at Auckland Theatre Awards 2016
Pressure Point is an Auckland-based theatre collective.
We aim to hold a space that is one part play, one part reality distortion field.
Our work is eclectic, highly physical and darkly comedic.
We aspire for maximum scale with minimum resources, and thrive in the tension between the two.
Warning: Contains coarse language, adult themes
"It’s smart, funny and delightfully inventive, and best of all it ends on a note of such unexpected, preposterous and yet soul-stirring grace, you’ll walk away feeling enlarged, grateful. Rewarded." - Metro Magazine