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POLLON by Eliza Scott
December 2021

In association with KXTbAKEHOUSE as part of the KXT Open Door Season

Creator & Performer: Eliza Scott

Producer: Julia Robertson

Dramaturg: Craig Baldwin

Stage Manager: Madelaine Osborn

Pollon – is an interdisciplinary piece that explores resilience, memory and loss. It invites the audience to fall into a vortex of genealogy, grief and encounter the footsteps of experiences that we can’t seem to let go of.

Who becomes the custodian of our memories?

Formulated from music, anecdotes and interviews with people who have experienced dementia and/or Alzheimer’s, Pollon is a work that uses pre-recorded audio; including dialogue, songs, instructions to connect participants to the memories we may have left behind. Pollon sonically explores the moments that people leave with us, and re-lives them again and again and again...

Eliza invites the audience to share these fragments with them, to live these moments as if they were their own, to add to their tapestry, only if in order to forget them again.


VENUE: Kings Cross Theatre, 244-246 William St, Potts Point NSW 

PREVIEWS: 14th December
SEASON: 14th - 18th December
TIMES: Tuesday – Saturday 7.30pm, Saturday 3pm

RUNNING TIME: 1 hour, no interval
PRICE: $30 - $35







Photography by Yannick Jamey




Best performance in a leading role in an independent production.


Videography by Yannick Jamey



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