She Wrote The Letter is a two-handed play based on a real friendship between Ute from East Germany and Tania from New Zealand.
Drawn from a 30-year correspondence that starts as teenage pen-pals in 1979, their letters affectionately document their navigation of the difficult East-West divide and how this friendship grows, despite everything that should separate them.
A fascinating, funny, joyous, and heart-warming new Australian play.
Venue: St Martins Theatre
She Wrote the Letter is based on a genuine experience through an incredible time in history.
Don’t miss the premiere of this enthralling, funny, joyous, and heart-warming new Australian play.
Show Title: She Wrote the Letter
Dates: Tue 13- Sun 18 July. All shows 7.30pm, except Sun 18 July, 4pm. Sat 17 July matinee, 2pm
Dur: 85 mins, no interval
Venue: St Martins Theatre, 28 St Martins Lane, South Yarra, Vic. 3141
Cost: $40 Full price. $30 Preview 13 July, and Concession price. Companion card holders free.
Tickets: trybooking.com/BPJBQ. General seating.
Written by: Kieran Carroll
Directed by Cathy Hunt
Performed by: Tania McNaughton and Maria Nordenberg
30% of profits will be donated to provide financial assistance to our colleagues in the entertainment industry