“A play of shimmering, iridescent beauty, revealing the marvelous in the everyday.” — FINANCIAL TIMES
Under the oppressive heat of an Australian summer, a chance encounter triggers a series of events that cause nine lives to intersect, four lovers to contemplate infidelity, and two people to meet an unknown end.
Andrew Bovell’s ‘Speaking in Tongues’, which inspired the hit 2011 film ‘Lantana’, is an intriguing tale of estrangement, dangerous obsession and unspoken truths.
Directed by Glen Hamilton
With David Hodgkins, Melinda Jensen, Stephanie Reeves and Mark J Wilson
Season: 13 – 22 November 2020
Venue: Darlo Drama Studio Theatre, Level 1, 16-18 Oxford St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Ticket prices: Adult: $35, Concession: $30
This production is presented to a limited audience with physical distancing in accordance with government guidelines. Please do not visit the venue if you are feeling unwell. The venue will be open 15 minutes before showtime. There are no ticket sales available on the door for this production. Each audience member will be required to sign into the venue upon entry. You will be directed through to the studio theatre to take your seats. Wearing of personal protective masks is highly recommended. We have masks on sale for $2. Hand sanitiser is provided at the venue.