When the world map was full of gaps, the Amazon topped the list of places unknown to western explorers. In 2017, are there any ‘unknowns’ left? On a trip to the Amazon, a writer ponders this and other questions as she struggles to deal with her father’s journey through Parkinson’s disease towards what is perhaps our last great unknown— death.  Sometimes sad and confronting, this performance essay is also funny and thoughtful and celebrates the power of literature to transport us to places both real and imagined.

“… an exquisite production, knotty, agrarian and ideologically blasphemous… it is untamed and necessary, lyrical and intense. I found myself hanging off every word and surprised when it reached its end.” Theatre Reviews

A Siren Theatre Co production


Jane Phegan


By Noëlle Janaczewska
Directed by Kate Gaul
Designed by Alice Morgan
Lightng Design Louise Mason
Sound Designer & Composer Nate Edmondson

Performance Times

Thursday 15 June 8.00pm
Friday 16 June 7.00pm
Saturday 17 June 8.30pm
Sunday 18 June 5.00pm

Running Time
50 minutes, no interval


All tickets $45 inc. booking fee