A comic tragedy about the human need to belong and call a place home. Set in a dilapidated NT cattle station two displaced people battle to call it their own.
Alma lives on a spectacular but debt-ridden cattle station somewhere in the middle of nowhere. The cattle are long gone and no income is coming in but she refuses to give up her home. Out of the blue a wealthy stranger appears bearing gifts. Alma spies a plan of salvation. Hope is on the horizon and prosperity is in the air … or is a thunderous storm of tumult rolling her way?
Hilarity and tragedy sweep the stage as these beguiling and feisty characters battle for security in their unstable world.
Don’t miss the triumphant return of this play to the Brown’s Mart stage, written by Kate Wyvill (Marbles, The Wardrobe) with dramaturgy by multi award-winning stage and screenwriter, Katherine Thomson (Diving for Pearls, House of Hancock, Schapelle)
I had travelled all the way from the UK to see this play and I wasn’t disappointed. Such a powerful story – writing is amazing. Melissa portrayed Alma so well, strong feisty lady with soul. Loved it! – Molvia Maddox 2016
Absolutely loved this play, so close to home, meant so much…thank you Kate for writing this amazing play. – Patti Izod 2016
Directed by Gail Evans
VENUE: Brown’s Mart Theatre DATES: Thursday 13 June (Opening night) – Saturday 29 June 2019 TIME: 7.00pm (Note: Performances will commence on time. Please arrive at least 15 min before the start of the show to ensure entry) DURATION: 1 hr 45 min (Includes 15 min interval) TICKETS: Full $45 | Conc/Sen $38 | Groups 8+ $38 BOOK ONLINE: https://www.brownsmart.com.au BOX OFFICE: Tickets may be purchased from the Box office an hour before the start of the show, unless SOLD OUT! (Online tickets will cut off 2 hrs before the start of each show) BAR: the bar will be open an hour before the start of the show and drinks can be taken into the Theatre.
(T/as Brown’s Mart Theatre) ABN: 67 141 763 895
12 Smith Street Darwin City GPO Box 3451, Darwin NT 0801
P: 08 8981 5522 (during normal business hours only)
Theatre Entrance Side entry Cnr Smith Street & Harry Chan Avenue [opposite bus terminal]