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What We Saw In The Sorghum Fields – A New Play by Tremayne Gordon
7 February - 8 February
In the late 1980’s, three teenagers went missing on the Darling Downs… this is what they saw…
A local outcast and two sisters find themselves lost in a field of sorghum. Charlie has dropped out of school. Hannah has run away. Lilly wants to see if there is more to life than the humdrum of a country town. On the side of a road in a stolen car, they realise that they’re not alone. As a creature calls to them from the crops, they begin to lose their grip on reality. Is what lurks in the dark more confronting than what they’ve tried to leave behind? A tribute to the 1980s and the scary stories that we used to tell each other before bed. Charlie, Hannah and Lilly are lost but they are not alone.
Dates and Times:
7.30pm Friday 7 February
2.00pm Saturday 8 February
7.30pm Saturday 8 February
Venue: Ron Hurley Theatre, 28 Tallowwood St, Seven Hills, Brisbane
Tickets: Adults $35, Concession* $27, Under 30** $25, Child (Under 15) $20
*Full Time Student / MEAA / Pension Card; **Valid Proof of Age required
Featuring: Indigo Macrokanis as Lilly, Chris Patrick Hansen as Charlie, and Ella Macrokanis as Hannah.
Playwright: Tremayne Gordon
Director and Production Designer: Timothy Wynn
Lighting Designer and Stage Manager: Jamieson Gilders
Sound Design and Composer: Shanon Whitelock
Dramaturg: Rhumer Diball
Assistant Director: Stephanie Elliot
Assistant Producer: Tess Middleton
Graphic Designer: Sean Dowling Design