AC Arts Graduates To Weave A Garden Fairytale This Fringe

AC Arts acting alumni Matilda Bailey and Chelsea Evans have been busy since their graduation last year, developing an original work to premiere at the 2012 Adelaide Fringe Festival.

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TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) acting graduates Matilda Bailey and Chelsea Evans have been busy since their graduation last year, developing their original work eventyr: a garden story which will premiere at the 2012 Adelaide Fringe Festival.

The acting duo have combined their talents to create a new theatre company Beg Borrow and Steal and enlisted AC Arts dance graduates Callan Flemming and Erin Fowler to join them in bringing eventyr to life.

"A unique and wonderful part of AC Arts is the community. We build relationships with other artists and technicians that are invaluable as we step out into the professional world," Matilda said.

With the Adelaide Botanic Gardens as the stage, eventyr: a garden story will bring Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytales to life through a mix of physical theatre and dance.

Every evening from 1 to 7 March, audiences will be led through the North Terrace gates into the garden world of eventyr following the tale of a young girl as she discovers the creatures who inhabit this magical world.

When: 1 to 7 March at 7pm.
Where: Adelaide Botanic Gardens, enter via North Terrace Gate.
Tickets: $15 adult, $10 concession. Bookings via www.adelaidefringe.com.au

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