Ferguson and Barton

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Burn O'Bennie
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Shotput presents Ferguson and Barton ‘We watched a film last night. And we can’t get it out of our heads.’ A couple wakes up in a filmic dream world. There, they re-create last night’s film and, in the process, work through the subtle power dynamics of their own relationship. Through this strange exploration, the man and woman question Hollywood norms and see each other anew. Loosely inspired by Hitchcock’s Vertigo, Ferguson and Barton is about communication and miscommunication, about voyeurism, gender roles, and sensuality. Can we ever really know the person closest to us? Would we want to? Credits: Co-creators and performers **Lucy Ireland** and **Jim Manganello** Creative Producer **Helen McIntosh** Designer **Anna Yates** Lighting Designer and Production Manager **Emma Jones** Video Designer **Rob Jones** Dramaturgical Consultant **Lu Kemp** Technician **Lynn Wiseman** *Made in association with Platform Theatre and Perth Theatre. Supported by Cumbernauld Theatre.*

Shotput presents Ferguson and Barton

‘We watched a film last night. And we can’t get it out of our heads.’

A couple wakes up in a filmic dream world. There, they re-create last night’s film and, in the process, work through the subtle power dynamics of their own relationship. Through this strange exploration, the man and woman question Hollywood norms and see each other anew. Loosely inspired by Hitchcock’s Vertigo, Ferguson and Barton is about communication and miscommunication, about voyeurism, gender roles, and sensuality. Can we ever really know the person closest to us? Would we want to?

Credits:
Co-creators and performers Lucy Ireland and Jim Manganello
Creative Producer Helen McIntosh
Designer Anna Yates
Lighting Designer and Production Manager Emma Jones
Video Designer Rob Jones
Dramaturgical Consultant Lu Kemp
Technician Lynn Wiseman

Made in association with Platform Theatre and Perth Theatre. Supported by Cumbernauld Theatre.

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