Direct from 5 star reviews Off-Broadway, The Creeps will seduce, tease, and tantalize the depths of your psyche. Step right up.
$20 - $25 (Service fees may apply)
Wed 2 - Sat 5 February
Wed 2 Feb, 6:45pm - 7:45pm
Thu 3 Feb, 6:45pm - 7:45pm
Fri 4 Feb, 6:45pm - 7:45pm
Sat 5 Feb, 6:45pm - 7:45pm
Cancellation: Due to the move into COVID-19 Protection Framework - Red the team behind The Creeps have made the difficult decision to cancel their show at Q Theatre. If you already had tickets to the show we will be in touch with you directly.
"It's my favourite thing ever. I felt as immersed in the world as I did during Sleep No More, and Catherine did it with just herself and some lights."-Eden Malyn (Orange is the New Black).
The Creeps is a dark, semi-improvised solo show, rooted in elements of physical clown theatre.
Raw, dark, and shockingly funny, The Creeps is a ride you won't forget easily, and it's never the same show twice.
The audience will meet 5 characters, "the creeps" - all completely different in their physical and emotional traits, who are trapped in an ambiguous brothel run by a mysterious Doctor who whistles while he works. While the fun and absurdity unfold, you soon discover the horrors of what's really going on here.
But don't let that scare you.
Winning 5 star reviews Off-Broadway, The Creeps have also performed at the Hollywood Fringe Festival, Amsterdam "Best Of" the Fringe, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and even on the streets of Times Square, New York.
Step right up, Folks.
Age Suitability: 16+
Audience Warnings: Contains adult themes, adult language and audience interaction
Creator/Performer: Catherine Waller
Original Sound Design/Composer: Joe Ceglio
Thanks: Elle Shaw, CL Tian, Wendy Waller, Alex Plumb, Bryony Skillington, Kate McGill
A young writer encounters an older director on an empty stage.
She wants awe. She wants blood. She wants to change the shape of the world.
Beautifully yearning and uncompromisingly savage, this is theatre with a new set of teeth.
Award-winning choreographer Suzanne Cowan's bold autobiographical work combines a powerful combination of dance, film and theatre, showcasing her subversive disability humour through a surreal dream/landscape that captures her experience of a fluid identity.
Heather and Carla haven't seen each other in years. Carla lives a down and out hand-to-mouth existence while Heather looks like she has it all. During an unexpected catch up, Heather presents Carla with a bag of money and a deadly proposition. At once thrilling and darkly funny, ‘THE WASP’ written by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm is a sharp reminder that if you don’t deal with your past you should expect it to deal with you.