by Joanna Murray-Smith
Women on the edge.
Six women are about to explode. Which one are you?
They’re at the brink. On the edge. Dropping bombshells with every turn. Standing right in that moment when you’re not sure if you’ll laugh, cry, scream or tap dance.
How long do you have to fake it before you make it?
Why are we all still pretending that everything is okay?
Join the mother, the dumpee, the drama nerd, the bride, the widow and the diva as they balance gladness, sadness and madness.
It’s something we can all relate to.
Directed by Sarah Clarke
Featuring Belinda Campbell and Jennifer Piper
9 to 24 March 2018 | Preview 8 March
Auslan interpreted show Thursday 15 March
Relaxed performance Sunday 18 March
7.30pm Thursday to Saturday | 3pm Sunday
$30 full | $25 concession | $15 preview
This production has been licensed through the Australian Script Centre.
Contains sexual references and coarse language.
Duration: approximately 2 hours
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Joanna Murray-Smith is a Melbourne based playwright, screenwriter and novelist. Her plays, which include Honour, Rapture, Bombshells, Nightfall, Redemption, Love Child and Flame, have been produced around the world. Honour has been produced in over two dozen countries, including productions on Broadway and at the National Theatre in London and most recently in the West End. Both Honour and Rapture won the Victorian Premier's Literary Award for Best Play. Most recently, Melbourne Theatre Company produced The Female of the Species. Joanna has also published three novels Truce, Judgement Rock and Sunnyside.
Sarah Clarke is an actor, writer and theatre-maker based in Melbourne. As well as being a member of Wit Incorporated Inc, she is co-founder of Second Breakfast theatre company and collaborator at F Word Films. She is a graduate of Howard Fine Acting Studio Australia and Southbank Institute of Technology’s Advanced Diploma Arts (Acting). Sarah has performed works around the country including: Ophelia Thinks Harder, Outside In, A Scandal in the Weimar, A Hero’s Guide to Saving the Planet and Fairy Tale News for wit incorporated, Private Moments: A Double Bill for Second Breakfast, A Lady Shot for Girls Act Good. Films include Eternalism Ryan Unicomb, Pretty Little Things - Chris and Robert Smellin, Closing Time - Hayley Beveridge and Angel of Light - Jack McTaggart. Outside of making theatre, Sarah is a sought-after headshot and performance photographer.