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night maybe [A Stuck Pigs Squealing production]

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night maybe [A Stuck Pigs Squealing production]

Date: 15 Aug 2013 - 01 Sep 2013
Time: Tues-Sat 8:00pm, Sun 5:00pm
Preview: Thu 15 & Fri 16 Aug
Price: $30 full / $25 conc & grps 8+ / $20 prev. & Tues [plus booking fee]

Tom abandons his sister Sasha by the side of the road. She plunges headlong into the night.

Her search for him takes her to a park, an alleyway, a riverbank - even to the far reaches of Siberia.  As she hunts him down, Sasha peels back the layers of their shifting relationship; past the unreliability of gender, sexuality and both their bodies. But as Sasha discovers, looking in someone's true face means you might have to see your own...

Stuck Pigs Squealing has a nationally and internationally recognised reputation for creating exceptional theatre, and memorable experiences for audiences. The latest work from this acclaimed theatre company, night maybe is a funny, vicious and disturbing free-fall through the subconscious.

"The company is not interested in conventional, neatly packaged plays but in high-spirited, raw and poetic works that explore human nature at its most difficult, comical and depraved." (Sydney Morning Herald

Written by Kit Brookman
Directed by Luke Mullins
Performed by Tom Conroy, Brian Lipson, Marcus McKenzie and Sarah Ogden
Set/Costume Design: Mel Page
Lighting Design: Richard Vabre
Composer/Sound Design: James Brown
Production Manager: Emily O’Brien
Stage Manager: James Lipari
Producer: Eleanor Howlett

Duration: 75 minutes no interval

Lockout: Once the performance has commenced - no latecomers will be addmitted to the theatre.


The use of a Haze machine, smoking of  herbal cigarettes on stage, sexual references, loaud noise effect, potential alergy reaction from fresh grass, coarse language [suitable for ages 14 plus]

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