An inventive company exploring issues of social justice and masculinity.
Doubletap was formed in 2000 to present the work of Angus Cerini.
A strong dance foundation and a passion for social justice drives this work, telling human stories using the body in unexpected ways, making visceral the unconscious human condition. In all of these works, virtuosic performances combine with lyrical texts to present a particular human carnage as uplifting and transformed.
Signature works include the multi award winning Filch and the international touring production of Saving Henry:
2003 Saving Henry; Sydney Opera House, Hong Kong Fringe Club, Project at Dublin Fringe Festival, Granary Theatre Cork (Ireland), Kings Head Theatre (London), Marlborough Theatre Brighton (UK).
“difficult, challenging and provocative theatre, extraordinarily performed.” - Irish Examiner
2001 Filch; Shepparton Arts Festival, Festival of the Southern Ocean, Perth Fringe Festival, Adelaide Fringe Festival.
“Filch is a brilliant and unusual theatrical experiment” - The Age
“a minor masterpiece of one man theatre” - Adelaide Advertiser
“I approach all art - theatre included - in the vain hope of being astonished, transported, transfixed. This night, I left fulfilled.” - Herald Sun