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Written and performed by Phil Ormsby and Alex Ellis
Director: Jennifer Ward-Lealand
Company: Flaxworks Theatre Company
1 – 11 May
Tues – Sat 7.30pm
$25 – $35
Runtime: 60 minutes (no interval)
Stories that have always been told. And retold. Over breakfast tables, barbeques, campfires, and drunken dinner parties.
Stories, we all have them. You know the ones. Epic and incredible family stories passed down through generations about warriors, princesses, ratbags, preachers and visionaries. Stories that tell us where we came from and who we are. Maybe. And like all good stories there are clashes of ideals, epic adventures and romantic tales of love and hope. These are the stories of our ancestors.
The makers of Drowning in Veronica Lake and Miss Jean Batten bring you a thought-provoking, possibly exaggerated, sometimes ridiculous but definitely more personal play, straight from our ancestors’ mouths.
These are our stories. What are yours?
‘A tribute to the ancient art of storytelling.’ – Trish Sullivan, Theatreview