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MORE SEX DEATH AND CHOCOLATE directed by Roz Riley, is a fresh new collection of short plays on these popular themes by a talented group of writers including Sky Yeager, Alex Broun, Emma Watson, Geneieve Mortiss, Micah Joel, Julia Lewis, Pete Malicki, James Hazelden and this year’s competition winner, Therese Cloonan’s Number 141.

A strong ensemble cast brings these vignettes alive including Karoline Rose O’Sullivan, Leon Kowalski, James Belfrage, Sandra Bass, Rhianne Evelyn-Ross, Neil Modra, Elly Hiraani Clapin, Robyn Makhoul, Katharine Marie Robertson, Rob White and Amanda Jermyn. Refreshingly different night out on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, which will keep you talking for many hours afterwards.

All the pieces are linked by the Presiding Angel (Zephon), who takes over the beautiful body of a suicide victim, and then arrives back on earth, to find out how humans manage their lives of free will, with all the bittersweet consequences and all the existential angst that comes with it.

My pick of the plays was Diabolical written by James Hazelden as directed by Alison Albany, which had an very unusual take on what happens when you use public transport on a night out,  still with one unanswered question about the wife.

A Factory Space Theatre Company production,  MORE SEX DEATH AND CHOCOLATE is playing at the Star of the Sea Theatre, on the corner of Collingwood Street and Iluka Avenue, Manly, (located in the grounds of the Stella Maris College) until Saturday 18th October 2014.


Ruseell Crowe in the new blockbuster, NOAH
Ruseell Crowe plays Noah in Darren Aronofsky’s big screen epic

NOAH (2014), director Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan/The Wrestler) has crafted an intimate and audience gripping, big screen epic with his new bold interpretation of The Ark Story. Experience the fates of Tubal-Cain, Noah and his family and Noah’s first grand-children, as taken from the Old Testament’s early history of the Jewish Nation. This has not been seen with this level of quite extraordinary attention to detail, since the era of the great film director Cecil B. DeMille’s bible epics, as photographed in VistaVision at Paramount Studios.

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