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This delightfully odd offering is an intriguing blend of science fiction, physical comedy and philosophy of art.
In the agile hands (and brain) of Australian Daniel Nimmo, this combination becomes alchemic, creating a truly inspired fringe experience. Nimmo manages to skewer high-minded artiness by burning down the fourth wall between himself and his audience, all the while rocking them with laughter. Don’t bother trying to figure out what’s going on — plot really isn’t the point here.
Just sit back and enjoy the ride as Nimmo channels three aliens and talks to a little blue teddy bear suspended from the ceiling, all the while ruminating on love and the essence of time. As he says, "It just gets weirder from here." And how can you argue with that?
— Barb Stewart
From the official Fringe Festival guide:
Aomega has come to Earth to save the world - a world inside the mind of the woman he loves.
A brain-splitting sci-fi physical comedy.
"Yes, Yes, Yes!" - Dannii Minogue
"Genius" - Channel 7 TV Network Australia
"Very Funny" - Vancouver Comedy Festival
Directed by Jack Grinhaus.
Thanks to Jonno Katz.
RECOMMENDED: General Audience
Discount Tickets: $8 for Matinees, Students, Seniors, Kids (12 & under), Fringe performers
Son of Warehouse (Venue 5), to July 25