Inside LOVESONG l Final Shows THE ANTIPODES

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LOVESONG in rehearsal

 

The cast of LOVESONG by Abi Morgan are deep in rehearsals bringing this poetic production to life. Our four brilliant guest actors Paul English, Jillian Murray, Maddy Jevic and Dylan Watson are exploring this deeply affecting work under the direction of Denny Lawrence with Cellist, Campbell Banks, performing live an original score by Gemma Turvey. Thank you to the generous patrons who are funding the music, making it possible for us to explore this first for Red Stitch. We can’t wait to share this special piece of theatre with you.

Here is your exclusive look into the LOVESONG rehearsal room:

Jillian Murray as Maggie.

 

Paul English as Billy.

 

Maddy Jevic as Margaret.

 

Dylan Watson as William.

 

L to R: Campbell Banks on Cello, Dylan Watson, Jillian Murray and Maddy Jevic.

 

Denny Lawrence (centre) directs.

 


 

FINAL SHOWS: THE ANTIPODES

 

THE ANTIPODES must close this weekend on August 12th! Don’t miss this “mesmeric and cathartic” new work from the mind of Annie Baker (The Flick).

“A fascinating play, and production.”  – The Australian
“Expertly navigated…Director Ella Caldwell lets all nine members of the cast shine.” – ★★★★, Time Out

Only five “captivating” performances left, book now!

 


 

Purchase a Half Year Subscription & win a double pass!
There is one week of shows left of The Antipodes! Which means that there is still time left to purchase a Half Year Subscription, guaranteeing you tickets for The AntipodesLovesongSuddenly Last Summerand Lamb (A New Play with Songs)

And to sweeten the deal…the first 10 people to purchase a Half Year Subscription from Tuesday, August 7th will win a double pass to see the new Australian film, West of Sunshine featuring Ensemble actor Kat Stewart!

Get your Half Year Subscription here.

 


 

Sibling by Kinfolk
Our friends over at Kinfolk are expanding the family…
introducing Sibling, their new cafe in Carlton North!
Kinfolk is a social enterprise café and caterer which exists to create more inclusive communities and relieve social isolation. It runs with the labour of an amazing volunteer workforce and directs its profits – more than $170,000 so far – to causes such as the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre and the Cathy Freeman Foundation.

But they need your help! Donate to their crowdfunding campaign to help fit out their new space with kitchen equipment, cafe items and training for incoming new volunteer staff, empowering them to work with a diversity of individuals & to create positive, personalized experiences for their volunteer community.

Help them create something special, donate here.