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Plays!

SAVE THE DATE:  Theatre Onset and the Festival of the Face bring you 3 staged play readings in the month of July.  All on Sunday, all at 3pm, all tickets $10 at the door.  All three play readings will be performed at the new Funhouse Studio, 3 Hill St, Bega (the old Top Video store).

 

Sunday 17th July:  Boston Marriage by David Mamet

Boston Marriage is set in a late Victorian Boston drawing room, the scene of much backbiting wit from Anna and Claire. Anna is being kept by a married man, but she prefers the company of women. Claire has become infatuated with a much younger woman whom she hopes Anna will help her seduce. Mamet’s play gives us his trademark blunt language and scheming characters, set rather unusually among the Victorian female intellectual set.

Cast:  Liz Brennan, Mahamati and Jennifer Willcox.  Directed by David Stocker

 

Sunday 24th July:  Cosi by Louis Nowra

Set in 1971, all the action in Cosi takes place inside an insane asylum and against a backdrop of the Vietnam war. Desperate for work and fresh out of

uni, Lewis is hired to direct a play starring the inmates from the asylum, with hilarious results. Somehow that play becomes a staged rendition of the

Mozart opera Cosi Fan Tutte, despite none of the actors being able to sing.

Cast:  Jamie Forbes, Becky Lupton, Alex Nicol, Bob Buck, Kerry Hynes, Kassowari Fenton, Heidi Brennan, Barbara Sekuless, John Fitzmaurice and Indigo Walker.  Directed by Di Nicol

 

Sunday 31st July:  Rope by Patrick Hamilton

Based on a true story and set in 1929, when the play was written, Rope tells the story of two privileged young men who extend that privilege too far. They

decide to murder a fellow undergraduate for the thrill of it, and to demonstrate their intellectual prowess, however their arrogance becomes

their undoing as they take things too far by hosting a party on the evening of the murder.  This time, the butler didn’t do it.

Cast:  Jordan Ing, Hayden Riley, Jamie Forbes, Alex Nicol, Mahamati, Kerry Hynes and Indigo Walker.  Directed by Becky Lupton

 

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