Written by William Shakespeare and perfected by Greg Fleet, "Signifying Nothing" is a mash-up of Macbeth, a theatre and film piece, set in the world of Australian politics. The team need your help to bring it to the 2017 Adelaide Fringe.
To help bring the production over to Adelaide from its recent run in Perth, which has garnered some glowing reviews, the team are aiming to raise $8000 in the next 50 days.
The funds will be used to "fly and accommodate our incredible cast and and the glue of the team, our stage manager Kennah - plus the cost of freight for our simple and brilliantly effective set."
Greg Fleet and Nicola Bartlett star as Paul and Lainey Macbeth, "a deeply ambitious Liberal party power couple on the rise who are willing to risk it all for something more," the production's Pozible campaign says.
Starring a who's who of Australian film, television and theatre, with a stunning soundscape featuring NIck Cave, Hilltop Hoods, Johnny Cash, Anthony and the Johnsons, Smashing Pumpkins, The Killers, and more.
"Love and power. Loss and ambition. Life and death. That's politics."
"It is a tale told by an indiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing."
"We have created something quite beautiful, that walks a tight rope between great comedy and devastating drama," the campaign says.
"Every cent of that $8000 (plus more) will be spent bringing our vision to life in one of the biggest arts festivals in the world."
To check out the full campaign details, with rewards ranging from a place in the credits, to a personally written poem by Greg Fleet, dinner with the cast and a private show, you can visit Signifying Nothing's Pozible campaign here.
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