THEATRE

15 October - 17 October
 

Friday 15 October at 7pm

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Friday 15 October at 8pm

EATEN

By Gina Shien

Eaten’ is an Australian radio play written by Gina Schien, and centres around a couple, Ruth (Kat Eyres-Herd) and Ellie (Rebecca Biris). It explores infidelity, ageing, manipulation, and that love isn’t always healthy.

 

CAST

Kat Eyres-Herd

Rebecca Biris

30 minutes

 

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SPEAKING IN TONGUES

By Andrew Bovell

‘Speaking in Tongues’ is an Australian play that follows characters who are all connected by affairs, infidelity and relationships. We meet two married couples, Leon is married to Sonja, Pete is married to Jane. However, each partner ends ups meeting the other couple’s partner and all end up in a cheap hotel room. Leon and Jane end up having an affair while Pete and Sonja don’t. In this dramatic play, both couples speak simultaneously, echoing each other’s dialogue.   

 

CAST

Nicholas Adlett

Imogen Gallagher 

Graham Vitug

Allira Wilson 

 

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THE TRYST

By Leigh Swinbourne
 

'The Tryst’ is an Australian play by Leigh Swinbourne, that follows two lovers, Jamie (Jack Phillips) and Prue (Natalie Holian-Milner) on their getaway to Prue’s old family home in the outback for an intimate night together. Plans go awry when the pair are joined by a mysterious stranger (Zachary Di Paola) seeking shelter from a growing storm. As the storm outside builds, so does the tension within, as old ghosts and dark secrets are dragged up from the past.  

 

This pre-recorded theatre piece explores the styles of black comedy, melodrama and thriller, and deals with the themes of love, secrets and trepidation. 

CAST

Jack Phillips

Natalie Holian-Milner

Zachary Di Paola

45 minutes

CONTENT WARNING: Violence, Extreme Coarse Language, Implied Sexual Assault, Incest, Guns, Alcohol Use, Death, Blood, Trauma

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Saturday 16 October at 8pm

Saturday 16 October, time TBC

CONTACT

by Katie Pollock

A dark poetic monologue by a woman who is a mother/ wife/ police woman- being put in a very tough position when her normal day in life turns into something horrible and shocking. A nightmare that she has to face.

CAST

Caitlin Goh

10 minutes

Sunday 17 October at 5pm

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COUNTRY MATTERS

by Danielle Maas

Join Jessica (Max Taylor) and Danielle (Georgi McLaren) as they explore love, lust, lesbians and various liquids. Both openly discuss difficult topics including violence, vaginismus, roleplay and rape while creating artistic outlets to cope with their experiences. The play has been adapted by Georgi McLaren and Max Taylor to fit into an online setting, exploring intimacy through interactive livestreaming.

CAST:

Georgi McLaren

Max Taylor

30 minutes

CONTENT WARNING: Language, implied violence, implied sexual assault/rape, sexual imagery

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Sunday 17 October at 7pm

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DEADLINE

A radio play by Marian Devitt

‘Deadline’ is an Australian radio play written by Marian Devitt, centred around Cliff Wheeler (Eren Sevki Dundar), a disenchanted journalist who becomes stranded at the Nulla Downs Roadhouse, owned by Maxie Bishop (Cody Dunne). There, he discovers secrets about the inhabitants of the roadhouse, including the mysterious and missing Ruth deLatour (Jacinta Sciusco). This pre-recorded zoom piece delves into the medium with a unique sense of space and sound, blending the line between reality and dreams. 

 

CAST

Eren Sevki Dundar

Cody Dunne

Jacinta Sciusco

45 minutes

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