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Almost Face To Face

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Tue 8 to Sat 12 May 

Is it ever too late to face up to what you have become?

Written during an Australia Council Irish Residency, Almost Face To Face, from Awgie Award winning Stephen House takes a risky and touching journey into a hidden Dublin world.

Nominated: Best Independent Actor – Green Room Awards

Original and powerful… lurid and confronting ultimately touching theatre – The Age

Fantastic one man show… House is an amazing story teller… not to be missed – The Music

The skill of this AWGIE Award winning writer and actor is reflected in a script relishing in the fragility of humanity – Arts Hub

Dates

Tuesday 08 May 2018 6:00pm
Wednesday 09 May 2018 7:00pm
Thursday 10 May 2018 7:00pm
Friday 11 May 2018 6:00pm
Saturday 12 May 2018 7:00pm

Prices

Full $34
Concession $30
Group (6+) $27
Member $27
All transactions attract a one-off $3.95 booking fee

 

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STEPHEN HOUSE

Stephen has had 20 plays and four short films produced, and five Exhibitions. He has been commissioned often and directs/performs his work. He has won two AWGIE Awards from The Australian Writers Guild, an Adelaide Fringe Award, The Rhonda Jancovic Poetry Award for Social Justice and many press awards. He was Shortlisted for the Patrick White and Queensland Premier Drama Awards, Overland’s Fair Australia Fiction Prize, a Greenroom Best Independent Actor Award and several poetry prizes. He has received International literature residencies from The Australia Council to Canada, USA and Ireland, an Asia-link literature residency India and an Island Of Residencies to Tasmania. 

His plays have been read, toured and produced and he has performed nationally and internationally. He has been Artistic Director of many events including community arts events and productions. He has worked with theatre companies nationally. 

Stephen has performed his acclaimed solo shows, Appalling Behaviour and Almost Face To Face widely.

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