Number 16 – Work in Progress Showing

Number 16 – Work in Progress Showing
// Finn O'Branagain

Theatre

The world’s oldest recorded spider died in WA’s wheatbelt in 2018 from a wasp sting. She was 43 years old. Her name was Number 16. News of her travelled all over the world and was featured in The Washington Post, The Smithsonian, National Geographic, CNN and TIME. This is the story of her life, and last few days. A one-woman show from the point of view of the spider, starring Andrea Gibbs (8 Gigabytes of Hardcore Pornography) and written by Finn O’Branagain (The Epic, Medusa, Selkie).

15+
Spider related content.
Free event
Paper Mountain
60mins
Jan
M 28
T 29
W 30
T 31
5pm
F 1
S 2
S 3

The world’s oldest recorded spider died in WA’s wheatbelt in 2018 from a wasp sting. She was 43 years old. Her name was Number 16. News of her travelled all over the world and was featured in The Washington Post, The Smithsonian, National Geographic, CNN and TIME. This is the story of her life, and last few days. A one-woman show from the point of view of the spider, starring Andrea Gibbs (8 Gigabytes of Hardcore Pornography) and written by Finn O’Branagain (The Epic, Medusa, Selkie).

A 2012 graduate from NIDA’s Graduate Diploma of Dramatic Arts (Playwriting), Finn O'Branagáin’s recent works include Award nominated ‘Interrupting a Crisis' which she directed and dramaturged for Ribs at The Blue Room Theatre, Bondi Feast and Subiaco Arts Festival., and co-writing ‘You Know We Belong Together’ for DADAA, Black Swan Theatre Company and the Perth Festival 2018.