What's On

Maggie Stone by Caleb Lewis
 

An honest portrait of modern Australia.

Meet Maggie Stone, the hard-hearted face of Australia’s belligerents. She’s a rude, prickly, fifty-something small loans officer who doesn’t owe the world a thing.That is until she finds her fate unexpectedly intertwined with that of the Deng Family. 

After refusing the plea for an $800 loan, Maggie learns of the consequences that follow, leaving her indebted to a family left behind.

Enter a ruthless creditor, Leo Hermes, demanding an impossible payment from a family already drowning in debt. Maggie learns first-hand the politics of charity, for even favours require gratitude, investment requires returns and an outstanding debt awaits satisfaction. 

Described by The Australian as “astutely incisive and often bitterly funny,” audiences will find the inherently flawed Maggie Stone frightfully familiar. 

A Sydney Premiere

CAST:
Kate Bookallil
Branden Christine
Alan Dukes
Anna Lee
Thuso Lekwape
Eliza Logan

Creatives
Playwright: Caleb Lewis
Director: Sandra Eldridge 
Production Designer: Sallyanne Facer
Lighting Designer: Matt Cox
Sound Designer: David Bergman
Cultural Advisor & Assistant Producer: Moreblessing Maturure
Stage Manager: Ryan Tate
Dialect Coach & Cultural Consultant: Deng Deng 

Produced by Darlinghurst Theatre Company

 

Venue: Darlinghurst Theatre Company, Eternity Playhouse 39 Burton Street Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Dates: Sunday 30 September 2018 – Sunday 21 October 2018
Bookings: 02 8356 9987 or www.darlinghursttheatre.com/whats-on/maggie-stone

Tue - Sat: 7.30pm
Sun: 5pm
Saturday Matinees: 13 & 20 October 3pm 2018

Running time - 90 minutes

Standard $54
Concession $44
Groups (8+) $44
Industry* $38
Under 30* $38
Preview $38
*Available Tue, Wed & Thu only
www.darlinghursttheatre.com/whats-on/maggie-stone

 

 

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