Cat Commander's play charts the relationship of two lovers through a series of vignettes representing their irregular meetings over a period of several years.
Van Badham’s play examines security, both national and, in particular, personal, with social media like Facebook making us vulnerable to scrutiny and abuse.
Award winning Australian playwright, Van Badham, brings together two very different, but equally strong women, Eve and Manpreet, and looks at their relationships with the same man, Tom, and with each other.
Corey McMahon has not only selected a superb cast, but he has dug deeply into the script to create a tense and disturbing production. Make sure that you see it.
Kate Roxby and Brad Williams are well-paired as the agoraphobic duo. Their performance is an intricate verbal dance, weaving around one another, each trying to lead, the power swinging to and fro in stages as they negotiate the complex, multi-layered script.
Director, Corey McMahon, has assembled a fine cast and crafted a strong piece of theatre that will not quickly be forgotten by those that see it.
Skilfully directed by Delia Olam to bring out the subtext, these two plays carry a considerable impact in the intimate confines of this venue.