Four of the most exciting and vibrant works from new writers leap off the page in these public readings
Two plays each night, held over two nights:
Immigrants and Idiots by Ken Arkind – A young D.J spins discs in the evening and pizza during the day.
Morning Chorus by Rainer Evans – A young woman escapes to the bush to get to know her dead father better.
Noah by Gabriel Satiu – Noah’s girlfriend is about to give birth on one line while his wife berates him about not turning up to his kid’s sports tournament on the other line. Meanwhile he has to convince his boss that he can get through the biggest sales-pitch of his life…
Temperance by Annette Morehu – A young woman has a huge decision to make. To let the baby inside her be? - Or not to be?