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In this new play by Australian playwright Valentino Musico, the author tries to come to terms with the murder of his great – grandfather Bruno Aloi, born in the Calabrian village of Pietracupa in 1883 and now long dead. Based on a 500 page document obtained from the Italian State Archives’ Reggio di Calabria office Valentino Musico started to find the truth about his great – grandfather’s murder. “In 2014 I finally read the handwritten Italian archive documents. I then began to believe from all this reading and gleaning and weighing that Bruno was a good man, his story was important, and his story merited more than being mingled and flung forsaken with his bones into the ossuary.” The result of Valentino Musico’s findings is his compelling new play “A Flower of the Lips”.

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Jungle Book – The Musical is based on the beloved stories by Rudyard Kipling. It is a funky rock musical focusing on Mowgli’s journey with Balu,Bagheera,Kaa and Hathi to the point when he fights Shere Khan the tiger.

 

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A must read contributionn on contemporary history. Juergen Corleis (1929 – 2011) was an acclaimed journalist and documantary film maker. Corleis has also been a press photographer and a foreign correspondent for radio and print media. His acclaimed documentary on the horrors of the concentration camp at Bergen-Belsen is still shown at the information centre at the camp and has been seen by millions. In his autobiography he reports on his work from Hitler to Howard’s end.
“Where better to hide a young German teenager with Jewish heritage from the Nazis during the war than inside a Nazi school?”
“My point of view is: believing in the superiority of your own race, religion, ideology or way of life allows you to treat others inhumanely. I never accepted that the Germans were the master race, or the United States God’s own country, or the Jews the chosen people. “What we observe today is the widespread acceptance of discrimination”

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Actors and other artists live accordingly to their own laws. That much we know from our colourful gossip magazines. The Rover sheds light on how furious such an artist-existence can be in reality. The agitated life of the main character Paul Liver is driven by sensational stage successes, ardent affairs and big moments of inventive strength, but also by phases, in which agonizing self-doubts, mental injuries and depressing breakdowns claim breathing space.In The Rover the actor, director and dramatist Markus Weber tells the, hardly disguised, story of his excessive life. The Rover is not only the sincere life report of a charismatic possessed but also an exciting story before the agitated background of the international theatre scene of the last thirty years.

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“For me, it’s about who I choose to love……” – Tyler

After eighteen months in the UK, Melanie arrives home to discover her mother Sally is a complete stranger and struggles with the universal question we all ask ourselves; “What am I going to without my mum?” Sally – now ‘Kendall’ – is desperate to be the man he wants to be and is trying to erase his life as Sally prior to transitioning. Tyler,
reeling from an explosive lesbian relationship, meets Kendall and is captivated by his endearing charm, causing Tyler to question her own sexuality. Into the Mirror explores the bond between mothers and daughters, relationships between lovers, families and friends; using the gender lens of Kendall’s transitioning to highlight issues that are present within all relationships.

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NEW AUSTRALIAN PLAY OFFERS HOPE AND TRUST IN THE FACE OF DESPAIR

When you’re at the precipice… whom can you trust?
Sydney is about to see new play about friendship and self-discovery… on the edge.

Two strangers who meet atop a tall building must make a leap of faith or embrace their own despair in a new Australian play which makes its debut in Sydney in November 2013.

Award winning playwright Gerry Greenland was inspired to write this play after witnessing the devastating effect that loss had on a friend.

“People fall into very dark places when they lose faith in themselves, in others and in life itself,” Greenland says,
“Rational thinking disappears, and existence itself seems pointless. Regaining hope and trust in something,or someone, however small, is the life-raft that can rescue them from disaster.I wanted to write a play that would make audiences laugh,yet still engage them to share that dark journey, and to help them hear in others that hidden cry for a life-raft.”

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A new play by Dimitri Armatas

“We’re in the cellar of a stranger’s house, barricaded in. Imagine building a cellar, only to have four complete strangers break in because it was their only choice to survive.” Dimitri Armatas is a brave young man with an idiosyncratic vision. Artists with original voices stand the test of time. There is no doubt that his creative facilities will flourish and the Armatas voice will reverberate for years to come. Suzy Wrong

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Two men are locked in…somewhere. When the bell goes, each must recite from Richard III. Only one of them will leave.

“A psychological thriller. Daly leads us into the obscure shadows of the the human soul. A mesmerising journey”. Christine Moninn – “La Vie”, – France

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An exotic wilderness. Three men and a birthday cake. In this world premiere of Leaves, you are invited along on a dark and hilarious lost weekend in a new Australian play by Steve McGrath.
Chas has arranged his old school friends; Harvey, a lawyer, and Wilbur; a psychiatrist, to spend a camping weekend in a remote paradise. Chas may be a successful real estate agent, but has he chosen heaven or hell?
As they attempt to celebrate turning 50 years old together, their campfire tales take a muddy detour during a feast of booze, beef and barbiturates. Will they make it to Monday morning – or will their weekend become “Waiting for Godot” meets “Picnic at Hanging Rock”?

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In the shameful and criminal tragedy of sexual assault in schools, Vice provides a disturbing footnote, looking through a dark lens at the maze of motivations swirling around the underworld of staff and students. Every school is a complex and unique human network: inspiring, dangerous, eccentric, funny, political, toxic and frequently like something out of a play or movie. Vice is the play which tackles a controversial subject head on. There are many twisted strands to the hangman’s rope.

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