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TUESDAY
 

A new production of Louris van de Geer's play TUESDAY opens Belvoir's 25A independent theatre season for 2019 this February.  As an intricate satire of social alienation unravelling in a suburban supermarket, TUESDAY follows both the thoughts and actions of four individuals, culminating in a shocking act of violence.

Equal parts David Attenborough documentary on suburbia and a darkly funny Cohen Brothers film, van de Geer's dry humour explores the nature of violence as well as the flawed nature of our commodified communities.

Director Nell Ranney says "We all know what it's like to do the grocery shopping without ever making eye contact with the people walking up and down the aisles alongside you.  It's the perfect setting to ask what's going on in the heads of our neighbours."

Duncan Fellows (The Letdown), Frances Duca (Ali's Wedding), Tom Anson Mesker (Belvoir's A Taste of Honey) and recent NIDA graduate Bridie McKim will play four people whose lives are brought together in a supermarket.

TUESDAY runs from 6-23 February at Belvoir St Theatre's Downstairs Theatre, as part of 25A

Tickets from $20-$25, available at https://belvoir.com.au/25a/tuesday

 

Venue: Belvoir St Downstairs Theatre, 25 Belvoir Street, Surry Hills
Dates: Wednesday 06 February 2019 – Saturday 23 February 2019
Bookings: https://belvoir.com.au/25a/tuesday/

 

 

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