“… a haunting and often fiercely funny meditation on life as a state of permanent exile.”- The New York Times
Award-winning Broadway playwright Will Eno’s Title and Deed (Monologue for a Slightly Foreign Man) is brought to otherwordly life by KIN’s uber-talented Keith Brockett.
Who is He? Where is he from? And how long will he stay? This one-man show about Being From Elsewhere is one of the most uniquely funny, relevant and thought-provoking pieces of theatre to hit our stages in recent years. Expect to be moved, confused, intrigued and elated: we know we are. And we’re telling the story…
The KIN Collective presents the Melbourne premiere as part of their #KIN2017 season. Keith Brockett stars, Laura Maitland directs.
“... a haunting and often fiercely funny meditation on life as a state of permanent exile."- The New York Times
"Glimpse is not for the feint-hearted; it is unexpected and challenging, but – make no mistake – this is a gem, a little piece of brilliance from a company that deserves recognition... If this is an indication of the quality to which independent theatre in Australia has risen, give me liberal spoonfuls. - Alex First, ABC 774
"Daring, spectacular and hilarious! Stage poetry of a high order! - The New Yorker
"Pensive, lyrical, deeply funny and profoundly sad."- Variety