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Set in 1970s Australia, this semi-autobiographical play by Louis Nowra introduces us to an older Lewis (who some audience members may know from Nowra’s earlier play – ‘Summer of the Aliens’). Lewis is now a university graduate who takes on a job of putting on a play – with a colourful cast of patients from a local mental asylum. While Lewis, under the strong influence of girlfriend Lucy and best mate Nick, plans on staging a meaningful play such as the likes of Brecht, his plans are thwarted when he discovers one of these patients has other ideas. An opera. Performed by madmen. In a burnt-out theatre. With just a piano. Oh, and none of them can actually sing.
What could possibly go wrong?
Make sure to come along and see what happens…

Recommended MA15+ at parental discretion. Coarse language.

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Thanks to Ghostlight Theatre Co.

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