Theatre production company Whiskey and Boots will deliver some drama during this year’s Bunbury Fringe.
Described as a “theatrical fever dream”, The One by Jeffrey Jay Fowler explores the ins and outs of one couple’s long-term relationship.
One day, the man realises his significant other is ‘the one’.
After he gets down on one knee and proposes, she yells “do you know what marriage is? It’s a way of turning women into property”.
The man and woman soon find themselves at a crossroads.
The production will engage audiences at the Fringe Hub from 8pm on Friday, February 16.
Performers Mark Storen and Georgia King star in Whiskey and Boots’s two Bunbury Fringe shows, The One and Benjamin and Me.
As well as playing the lead roles, the pair deliver multiple blues numbers throughout the show.
Storen said the show effectively delved into love, life and marriage.
The performer said Fowler’s “lyrical and ferocious” style was second to none.
“We approached an artist, writer/director Jeffrey Jay Fowler, and we commissioned him to write the work for us,” he said.
“It was very much his idea and very much his script, he – over a series of developments – ended up writing the script.
“We loved the idea and thought it was one people could relate to, whether they are considering a marriage or not.”
Check out bunburyfringe.com for more information.