17 November - 12 December 1987

WHY DO PEOPLE GO TO TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS offers glimpses of a life in a disquieting, depressed future. Imagistic piece, part theatre, part performance art, part visual theatre, about the effects of the AIDS pandemic.

Written and Created by
KEVIN MORTENSEN, PETER SOMMERFELD
Directed by
PETER SOMMERFELD
Designed by
KEVIN MORTENSEN
Performed by
PETER ALAND, CRAIG ALEXANDER, GERALDINE COOK, JAMES COX, SUZIE DAVIS, ROSLYN DOBELSKY, CLIFF ELLEN, SUSIE FRASER, GORDON FUKUSHITIA, RICK HIGGINBOTTOM, ANDREW MCLEOD, WAYNE PEARN, SHIRLEY SYDENHAM, ELLY VARRENTI
Sound Design
NEIL HOWE
Lighting Design
STEVEN SWIFT
Performance Artist
KEVIN MORTENSEN
Costume Design
SUSAN SCOTT, MARDI SOMMERFELD

Theatre Works presents

Why Do People Go To Traffic Accidents

By Kevin Mortensen & Peter Sommerfeld