Mish Grigor leaves. Again and again and again she leaves the stage, leaves the building, leaves the country. From the repetition, a game emerges. As she attempts (or pretends to attempt) a series of grand exits, her actions become more and more ridiculous, careening from the absurd to the darkly political.
Whether she's abandoning lovers, childhood dreams or bad restaurants, there's more to her escape routines than simple flight. Exit Strategies is about escape, change and disappearance. About the privilege of movement. About knowing when your time is up, and sensing when you’ve overstayed your welcome. It's about wondering if you can go home again, or if you ever really had one. About what happens when the going gets tough (spoiler alert: the tough get going).
After the success of her works Oedipus Schmoedipus and Shamelessly Glitzy Work, Mish Grigor returns to Arts House with her first collaboration with her Aphids co-directors Lara Thoms and Eugenia Lim. Along with their creative team, they present here a bracingly clever, bleakly funny and deeply angry new theatre work.
Warning: Nudity, adult concepts, coarse language, smoking, smoke effects, strobe lighting, loud music.