Theatre Works and Victorian Theatre Company present

Low

by Daniel Keene

POSTPONED

VENUE

Explosives Factory
Rear Laneway 67 Inkerman Street, St Kilda (behind the Thrifty-Link accessed via Lyell St and Market Street (both off Inkerman)

Please note: Explosives Factory is NOT Wheelchair Accessible

Emma and Jay are lovers, isolated and outcast from society. Money is scarce and the streets are dark and unforgiving. Desperate to prove themselves and change their fortunes, they take the law into their own hands. They’re good at it. They enjoy taking what isn't theirs… with heartbreaking consequences.

Told through 28 poems, this dark and poetic love story tells the tale of two outcasts trying to claim their place in society. The text is weaved together with an original score that underpins the emotional journey of the young narrators.

As the struggle of isolation is widely felt, now more than ever, Daniel Keene’s LOW (written in 1990), travels through time and grabs us by the heart.

LOW is a tale that comes from and belongs to Melbourne's streets. Although the characters find themselves in dire circumstances, it is ultimately a story of hope.

DURATION

90 MINUTES

WARNINGS

Depicts strong language, violence, sexual references and alcoholism. Not recommended for children.

DATES & TIMES

Due to a performer contracting COVID-19, we sadly must postpone the season of LOW by Daniel Keene at Explosives Factory. Performances from 17 - 21 May have been cancelled.
We have reprogrammed this work for a one week season in November from Tuesday 8th - Saturday 12th.
Ticketholders have been emailed a form that details how to proceed with your booking.
Please don't hesitate to get in touch via admin@theatreworks.org.au if you have any questions.

Cast
Matthew Connell & Veronica Thomas

Directed by
Jennifer Dean
Stage Managed by
Harry Dowling
Composition & Sound Design by
Thomas Kunz
Lighting Design by
Kris Chainey
Set & Costume Design by
Chelsea Neate
Produced by
Matthew Connell
Marketing Manager
Tanith Facey
Photography & Graphic Design by
Chelsea Neate
Photo by
UNDERGROUND MEDIA