[First filed: August 27, 2008 @ 09:33]
Pablo Latona has finally taken reality television to where it should have gone in the first place.
No, not a real-time recreation of the prisoner’s dilemma.
Merely a man with talent, who’s putting himself on the line.
At high noon on Saturday 23rd August, Pablo put himself into a living, breathing and occasionally sleeping piece of art.
This coming Saturday he will emerge victorious, sleep-deprived and possibly more eccentric than when he walked into his 24-7 performance stage, otherwise known as the Alinga Street shopfront in the Sydney Building at the Civic bus interchange.
Surrounded by circus implements, a permanent house of cards, and his trusty keyboard, Pablo has been bringing living theatre in a box to the people of the bus interchange all this week.
Sometimes the crowd interacts and is even witty. Mostly Pablo gives them what for and keeps them laughing…occasionally uncomfortably.
You have until Saturday to see what could be the most innovative piece of drama to hit Canberra in quite some time. Seriously.
Swing by on the way to work, or on the way home from the pub, then just sit back and watch Pablo work the crowd from behind the glass.
Oh and bring him a cupcake. He likes cupcakes.
Cabin Fever can be viewed live in the Alinga Street shopfront (next door to The Barracks) or online at www.cabinfever.com.au