"This is difficult, beautiful performance. Abstract, beguiling and hilarious."
Augusta Supple, augustasupple.com READ MORE
"If you have a fascination with circus you’re quite likely to identify with the shadowy, mysterious, magical fin-de-siecle cloth from which this 45 minute piece is so evocatively cut...A Hunger Suite faithfully emulates Kafka by way of the human dichotomy, too: noble versus garden variety savage."
Lloyd Bradfrord Syke, Daily Review READ MORE
"Beautiful, brief, strange and funny. Just came back from Clockfire Theatre's interpretation come melt-down of Kafka's short stories and aphorisms. It ended in under an hour and before I even knew it was happening. Like some sad circus on a farm left over from a German dream. Tremendous acting, physical and odd. A HUNGER SUITE is well worth seeing..."
Mark Mordue - 2010 Pascal Prize winner: Australian Critic of the Year
"I enjoyed it VERY much - it's like a mythological poem... about performance, and therefore life..."
Neil Armfield - Director
"Two young actors have created their own Kafkaesque world of surreal senselessness..."
Michelle Hanna, SBS online READ MORE