A performance in three courses
TAKE. EAT. THIS IS MY BODY. THIS IS MY CAB SAV. DO THIS IN REMEMBRANCE.
If there were a drug to make life meaningful, it wouldn't be on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.
Is armed struggle possible when the cricket's on?
Some of us expected to witness a revolution in our lifetimes. Should we still wait?
A group of strangers arrive at a mysterious corporate dinner nominally commemorating the 2000th anniversary of the Last Supper. They adopt the names of Apostles, and fuelled by endless glasses of red wine and a three-course meal, transform global capitalism into religion in a Last Supper of seductions, treachery, slapstick, hypocrisy and violence. Traversing the ideological terrain of the New Right, best management practice, revolutionary nostalgia, millennial anxiety, and the grand empty spectacle of the Sydney Olympics, The second Last Supper unflinchingly probes the ethical dilemmas of the moment. Hilarious, sobering, provocative and poignant, The second Last Supper is truly surprising and unforgettable performance.
Collaborators/Performers: Danielle Antaki, Stephen Klinder, Christopher Ryan, Rohan Thatcher, Yana Taylor, David Williams
with Mark Byrne (performer/operator)
Lighting by: Richard Manner
Video projections: Samuel James
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