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Adelaide Fringe Festival Focus: The Ballad Of Frank Allen

4 February 2016 | 11:51 am | Artist Submission

"A new comedy about a man who lives in another man's beard."

Answered by: Shane Adamczak

Describe your show in a tweet? The Fringe Award-winning five-star Weeping Spoon Productions returns to Adelaide with a new comedy about a man who lives in another man's beard.

What was the inspiration behind your show? The beard in the show is the beard of an actual friend of mine in real life. The idea of a tiny man living in his beard captured my imagination and I hope it will do the same for audiences.

Tell us a bit about the creative team working on this project? The show features two of WA's most established indie theatre creators, Shane Adamczak (Vicious Circles, This Is Not A Love Song) and St John Cowcher (The Adventures Of Alvin Sputnik) and combines physical theatre, musical comedy and indie rock.

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What do you love about Fringe and why? Fringe is a brilliant artistic community in which to create, develop and share amazing new works and party with like-minded artists. Plus, where else can you create a work with a premise this bizarre and get away with it?!

When and where is your Fringe show? 3 — 13 Mar, Tuxedo Cat.