What would you do to keep your place on the queue?
Inspired by a true story, Red Ink explores how everyday moments escalate into disaster and questions the role of the Police Force in today's community. What will you do to keep your place in the queue? What will you ask of the law to keep the peace?
A supermarket. A woman pops in. A child is screaming. A checkout chick gives attitude. A man is raving mad.
Red Ink is showing at Tuxedo Cat for the 2016 Adelaide Fringe from the 12th - 23rd of February. Written and directed by 2 Adelaideans (writer Duncan Graham and director Shannon Mackowski) the play pulls together an incredible team of local artists, including actors Matthew Gregan, Tiffany Lyndall-Knight, Sophia Simmons and Sarah-Jayde Tracey.
Presented by Duende Collective as part of a Duncan Graham double bill along with Ollie & The Minotaur, the plays are setting up home at Tuxedo Cat in Hyde Street, a venue known for supporting independent theatre.
Red Ink is sure to create a buzz and have everybody asking, is everything wonderful here? Or are we just out of blue ink?