Fraudulent Behaviour uses prose, invisible friends, a decoy duck and cardboard cut-outs to create a witty and thoughtful performance in response to Nietzsche’s assertion ‘We need lies in order to live…’
The narrative unfolds using spoken word, movement and a series of objects that play with notions of what may be perceived as real. Inherent in the work is a humorous use of language, both in delivery and writing style. Ideas, themes and content loop back on themselves to create a dense and evocative theatrical experience. Rosie plays with notions of time and space, interweaving real and imagined worlds to create a compelling and insightful performance about the illusory nature of life.