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Directed by Audrey Sheffield Presented by Paperbark Theatre, Thinking Aloud & Theatre503

In a lonely motel room.
Somewhere in central Australia.
Six lost souls collide.
Isolated in dark and dangerous territory.
Haunted by the same tragic crime.
The Dark Room (Best New Australian Play, Sydney Theatre Awards) exposes the startling mis-treatment of the most vulnerable in our society, at the hands of those who are meant to protect them. The intricately layered, psychological thriller reminds us that no matter how far apart we are in distance and time, we are all responsible for each other's lives.
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Starring
Annabel Smith - Grace
Katy Brittain - Anni
Tamlyn Henderson - Stephen
Fiona Skinner - Emma
Alasdair Craig - Craig
Paul Adeyefa - Joseph

Designer - Jemima Robinson | Lighting Designer - Wil Monks | Sound Designer - Jon McLeod
Movement Director - Annie-Lunnette Deakin-Foster | Stage Manager - Tomos Derrick
Production Manager - Kimberley Wyn Jones | Assistant Director - Lilac Yosiphon

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Shaedates: Or How I Learned to Love Myself is a hilarious tale of self-help in an age of too much self-help. Written & Performed by Shaelee Rooke. Directed by Toby Hulse.

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Shaelee Rooke is back with her new one-woman show. Shae has a boyfriend but he's not the one. Then she notices someone else... someone different... someone who's always been there... A tender, surreal and wildly imaginative comedy about a woman who finds true love by dating herself.
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Shae has a boyfriend but she knows he’s not the one. Then she notices someone else… someone different… someone who’s always been there…

A tender, surreal and wildly imaginative comedy about a woman who finds true love by dating herself. Directed by Toby Hulse with music by Jack Drewry.

Made with assistance from the Layne Beachley Reach For the Stars Foundation, Arts Council England, and Bristol Old Vic Ferment.

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Directed by Alec Fellows-Bennett Starring Shaelee Rooke and Oliver de Rohan Lighting Design by Will Monks | Set Design by Alec Fellows-Bennett Costumes by Jess Hardy | Set Pieces by Nicola Holter | Chairs Courtesy of Becky Walsh Tech Management NYC by Artem Kreimer | Festival Support NYC by Kathryn Fray Graphic Design and support by Ed Watson | Photos by Craig Fuller

Hardened from a life filled with bullies, her mum's dead-beat boyfriends and no sense of hope, Chloe uses her sexuality as her armour and her weapon. Chris’s sexuality is utterly under-used. Always on the wrong side of cool, he’s living a very different version of hell. But when ‘Odd Boy’ Chris meets ‘Chloe from the Underworld’, an intense connection is formed. Suddenly, a different life seems possible.
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Winner of the 2012 Griffin Award and the FringeNYC Excellence Award (for Best Overall Play) This is Where We Live is a love story that conjures Orpheus leading his Eurydice out from the underworld of small town hell, painted by Vivienne Walshe’s unique poetic language in this vivid, dark and inventive new Australian play.