Theatre review: The Drought Goddess a surreal, gentle spiral into the apocalypse

The Drought Goddess: Dream Of The World transports viewers to a time when the gods warred with one another and walked the earth. PHOTO: MILE END PHOTOGRAPHY
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The Drought Goddess: Dream Of The World
La Cie MaxMind
Singtel Waterfront Theatre
Feb 4

Han-ba, daughter of Emperor Huang, roams the lands toting a paper umbrella. It is torn and tattered, but there is a more profound pointlessness: For she is also the drought goddess, and anywhere she goes is guaranteed not to see rain for thousands of years.

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