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BLACKROCK

A teenage party goes terribly wrong in BLACKROCK. Pic Samantha Cunningham
A teenage party goes terribly wrong in BLACKROCK. Pic Samantha Cunningham

Northside’s Epicentre Theatre Company is currently running a revival of BLACKROCK (1995), one of the strongest plays in the late, great Australian playwright Nick Enright’s body of work.

I was privileged to see David Berthold’s striking original production for the Sydney Theatre Company back in August 1995 with a marvelous cast including Simon Lyndon as Jared and Joel Edgerton as Toby. Whilst on a much smaller scale, the Epicentre Theatre Company’s current revival  is an impressive one. Continue reading BLACKROCK