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Inside ESCAPED ALONE, final days of WAKEY, WAKEY and INK applications open


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Our Australian premiere season of ESCAPED ALONE, the latest work by Caryl Churchill, is currently in rehearsals with a stellar cast directed by the highly accomplished Jenny Kemp. Caryl Churchill is one of the most influential and groundbreaking contemporary British dramatists, and we’re thrilled to bring this extraordinary work to you.

Only two weeks remain of the “thoughtful, funny, affecting, clever and beautifully performed” (Australian Stage) WAKEY, WAKEY. Book your tickets before it closes on Sunday May 19! You can save 30% off single ticket purchases when you book for Wednesday night by using the code SOLO19 at the checkout!

Here’s your sneak peak inside the ESCAPED ALONE rehearsals…

Ensemble member Caroline Lee as Sally

Julie Forsyth as Mrs Jarrett

Marta Kaczmarek as Lena

Margaret Mills as Vi

Images by Dushan Philips

Last chance to see WAKEY, WAKEY

“Sobering and confronting but simultaneously life affirming and joyful” 
– Australian Stage

“This is terrific work from Director David Myles and the team at Red Stitch.”
 Arts Review

“Hosking is one of the country’s most under-appreciated talents, an actor of startling depth and nuance, and he is remarkable here.”
– Time Out

INK Applications Now Open!

Playwrights, INK applications are now open.

We want to hear about the work you urgently want to make, the ideas that are keeping you up at night. INK is a bespoke development program determined to nurture work to it’s fullest potential, tailoring the process to best serve each writer’s vision while offering the support and expertise of our ensemble and associates.

Applications close June 21, 2019.

Visit our website for details.

Random Acts of Theatre EOIs Closing Soon

Expressions of interest for RANDOM ACTS OF THEATRE are closing soon! If you are, or know, a young theatre lover that would enjoy a FREE subscription, interest can be registered here!
If you would like to donate a Random Act of Theatre subscription, visit our website or call the box office on (03) 9533 8083.

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