In a small West Australian town, Brian Clark, bakery assistant, meets John Addison, funeral home proprietor and infomercial star; a chance meeting that seems perfectly ordinary, until it isn’t. The two men begin bumping into one another in the unlikeliest of places, neither one of them remembering how or when they arrived. As their connection grows stronger and increasingly stranger, Brian’s family struggles to understand and come to terms with the unfolding mystery.
A Theatre503 International Playwriting Award 2020 Finalist, this extraordinary and fantastical exploration of the human experience of time, reality, and our need for connection is directed by Lisa Spirling.
Running time: approx. 2 hours 15 mins (inc. 15 min interval)
Age guidance: 16+
Content information: This show contains themes that some audience members may find distressing. If this sounds like it could apply to you, you can view content information here.
6 June 7.30pm WRITERS NIGHT: A chance for writers to enjoy a discounted ticket and meet our literary department and the writer of the show. Attendees to Writers Night are invited to submit for our Rapid Write Response initiative. To unlock a £6 ticket, email firstname.lastname@example.org to be digitally tagged as a writer. If you have previously been tagged as a writer, your ticket will automatically adjust to £6 on the final page of booking – you do not need a Promo Code. If you are unable to attend our Writers Night, the £6 tickets will also be available up until Saturday 10th.
21 June 12pm PARENT & BABY: Provided as an opportunity for parents and/or guardians to enjoy a spot of theatre without the need to hire a babysitter. Please note, we do not exclude other audience members from booking to see this performance.
Zoe Ashford Cooper
Zoe Ashford Cooper is a writer based in Sydney, Australia. She is a graduate of the Writing for Performance program at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and holds a BA in Performance Studies from Curtin University. Zoe has completed a Dramaturgy Internship with Playwriting Australia, assessing scripts for the National Play Festival. In 2017 she was a finalist in the Rodney Seaborn Playwrights’ Award, and in 2018 she was a finalist and Highly Commended in the Max Afford Playwrights’ Award. for unknown reasons is her first play.
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