On the Road With Oddkin
Oddkin (formerly Sons of an Illustrious Father) is the theatrical, oddball brainchild of the actor and multi-instrumentalist Ezra Miller and their longtime creative collaborator Lilah Larson. Critically acclaimed for their unique brand of experimental art pop, the pair manages to explore the very real struggles related to gender and sexuality while remaining loyal to their playful, carefree sound. Until recently, the duo was out on the road—gracing festival stages across the U.K. and selling out shows in Mexico and Japan—but in light of recent Omicron-related developments, the tour was ground to a halt. In the spirit of Oddkin’s “come one, come all” philosophy, Miller and Larson gave Interview a glimpse into their magical world, featuring a gaggle of like-minded collaborators, from the many greenrooms and rainy streets of the U.K.
A Moment of Communion, Communication, Computation, and Commemoration
The memorial for Alan Turing, Manchester
This is Nothing
Getting ready for the regional Phantom of the Opera audition—I mean, the Oddkin show.
The actual star of the show, hawking the wares.
Putting on Our Faces
…In a green room.
Mask 4 Masc
The Aftermath of A Show
Before, Unbeknownst to Us, Our Last Show of the Tour
Rukaiyah Qazi’s Rose Petals
Some Street in Brighton
The Full Touring Party
End of Tour!