Adam Lazarus and his show Daughter
Adam Lazarus joins Stages in this compelling interview about his show Daughter for Sydney Festival.
He’s challenging audiences in what they are complicit in, what behaviours they allow or excuse.
An appalling and riveting, and sometimes humorous one-man monologue confronting the toxicity entwined in modern masculinity.
Award-winning theatre creator and actor Adam Lazarus plays The Father, and he’s done bad things in his life. This riveting solo performance is a public display of intimate, desperate confession, taking you through The Father’s struggles with love, lust and violence.
A controversial success in Canada and at the Edinburgh Fringe – and a test for the audience’s level of acceptance – this honest and conflicting story asks questions about the deepest, darkest corners of humanity.
This performance contains disturbing and sexual content, and descriptions of sexual violence that may be distressing to some audience members. It is restricted to ages 16+.
★★★★ “Electrifying. This is hardcore” – The Herald
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