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THINGS NOT TO DO AFTER A BREAKUP @ DEPOT THEATRE Marrickville

 

 

Many fully understand that when intimate relationship breakups happen, the required magic word is NEXT. Not everyone does stupid things after a breakup, but the two ex-lovers Lara Lightfoot (Lauren Young) and Gideon Chase (Gil Balfas) both do and say, so very many things that are often shockingly funny and above all, extremely entertaining. Good relationships can outlive the previous sweetness, when besotted love, quickly turns into revenge hate. Each of the friends, has interesting relationships, not just the two ex-lovers. Unrequited unspoken love, commitment-phobia, affairs, cheating, one night stands, long lost former relationship mistakes to repair. Of special note is actor Tom Harwood, delicious and quirky, appearing on stage as five cleverly different characters, that progress the story arc.                 Continue reading THINGS NOT TO DO AFTER A BREAKUP @ DEPOT THEATRE Marrickville

WAITING FOR MANOT : PART OF SYDNEY FRINGE FESTIVAL2017

This production has been described as, ‘A dis-quietening tragicomedy on female existence…An absurdist play that can be enjoyed by anyone.,..A bit madcap with shades of Caryl Churchil and a touch of Ad Fab.

“If only they raped me in the morning, I’d get some sleep”.

Maebh and Gráinne wait in a bar for the mysterious Manot. The question is, if he comes, which of them will he choose.

DATES :- 19th until 23rd September between 8.30pm and 9.30pm at the Blood Moon Theatre, Kings Cross.

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WAYNE TUNKS ‘BITCH’ @ THE DEPOT THEATRE

Tunks’ play is about the dysfunctional Post family and their friends, everyone has unresolved issues, their attitudes reveal the dark sides of just another typical Caucasian Australian family.

It is a confronting message piece, LGBT life is a bitch w hen you choose denial.

Ultimately it is a very satisfying drama about self-interest and personal trauma, filled with adult cynicism carefully blended with casual discrimination, racism and homophobia, including brutality, appropriate language and some violence. There  are sympathetic performances, that were always tempered with pathos and humour.

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