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Til Death Do Me Part

29 August 2021

Performance and marriage

 Private residence, Perth/Boorloo, Australia

A group of people stand in a circle around a person with a purple dress, pink hair and antlers in a room with a boldly patterned orange and red carpet.

Til Death Do Me Part was a ritual performance and marriage to myself performed at my home with friends as my witnesses and co-performers. 

The performance/marriage followed the story of the union of a deer and a witch – the gentle and naive and the powerful and wise. It combined elements of ceremony and spell-work and featured live and recorded music, handmade costumes and talismans, participatory actions and reflections, ritualistic burning, and collective singing and screaming.

Til Death Do Me Part was created with the support of theatre-makers Michelle Hall as dramaturg and Noemie Huttner-Koros as performer.

All photographs by Tasha Faye.

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