Darcy Green, Jackson Used & Elliot Vella create and produce Delta Sierra Juliet. It's all about the spaceships and the sense of there being others present in our universe. Is it real? Does the camera lie? Reginald Taylor, played by Timothy Walker explores this part of the collective view through the eyes of the beholder.
Add the loss of a plane over the Bass Strait and you have a combination of loss and grief with something that appears to be out of this world.
I love Boys' Own annual stuff. It reminds me of the smell of those books we had on the book shelf that held boys childhood dreams of flying and making machines, of space and moon landings of flying saucers and aliens. Are they real?
When do the dreams of children become or morph with reality in a way that can only challenge your own perception of what is real or not real. How do you explain to yourself and others what you have captured? Or are you just a lonely soul who has misread the occurrence in the sky and made it bigger in your mind's eye, turning your childhood imaginings into something more than what they once were? Is this a secret yearning for the adventure and freedom of imagination that is childhood? Or is there more to it. Could there really be aliens at Cape Otway? Not just strangers from other lands, but from distant planets and planetary systems.
Find out through the eyes of Reginald Taylor and his camera as they traverse the terrain of extraterrestrials upon the Otways.
There is an amazing supporting crew for this performance. This work was developed with the support of the NIDA and first performed in 2018. It will only have a short time at 107 Redfern, so please, if you can, do make it to a performance. If not, go to the Facebook page Delta Sierra Juliet and follow.