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WHITEWASH: SISTERS AND SECRETS

It’s a very crowded place the Sydney Independent Theatre scene and the necessity of creating your own work cannot be overstated.  Affordable venues are scarce and audiences are, in the main, discriminating.  So all credit to Bohemia Theatre for their production of WHITEWASH playing at Blood Moon Theatre, one of those venues whose availability makes new work accessible to Sydney theatregoers.

It is a venue which has limits though and WHITEWASH has bumped up against these and come off second best.  But it only required a small suspension of belief from the enthusiastic Opening Night audience to support a theatre company which manages to put 9 committed performers on a stage in show which has something to say.
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WHITEWASH: SOON FROM BOHEMIA THEATRE

WHITEWASH by Jodie Wolf is soon to be presented by Bohemia Theatre.

WHITEWASH is a play centred around a dysfunctional family in South East London. The play explores madness, secrets and lies.

Are we all born mad and we suppress it? Does it lay dormant within us until something clicks that switch? Is it simply society that keeps us all in check or are we all in fact completely bonkers and pretending not to be?

We love our families, but maybe we need to accept, that sometimes they’re not healthy for us to be around.  Maybe we need to take a breath, take a moment and remember who we’re.

WHITEWASH [Facebook Event] by Bohemia Theatre [Facebook] will play at Blood Moon Theatre [ Facebook] 2-4 August.  Tickets at Eventbrite.