Writer and performer Tracy Crisp is bringing her sell-out Adelaide Fringe show 'The Forgettery' to the Fleurieu this month.
Crisp is well known across a variety of creative platforms including stand-up comedy, novels, and storytelling. She was a national finalist in Triple J's Raw Comedy competition and has been shortlisted in the South Australian Festival Awards for literature.
Her sell-out show 'The Forgettery' earned great praise at this year's Adelaide Fringe Festival and Crisp will perform at the Club Fleurieu on Friday June 21.
Crisp writes evocatively and performs remarkably. Her current work poses the question: "If we don't remember who we were, then who do we become?"
Alone in a new city, her last bottle of wine nearly empty, a woman drinks but can never forget. Meanwhile on the other side of the world, her grandmother wanders the past trying to remember.
With her trademark blend of poignancy and humour, Tracy Crisp's 'The Forgettery' tells a compassionate story about a woman's identity, family, memory and ageing.
Crisp has recently published her second novel, Surrogate and since returning to Adelaide from Abu Dhabi has been a regular at Adelaide's storytelling events.
Crisp has always been fascinated by the mysteries of memory, exploring it through literature, comedy and psychology but her search grew more personal as her family faced the realities of dementia.
To book call: 8558 0240.
Tickets also available online via: www.booksandwordsgroup.weebly.com