TAPE is a fast-paced, unpredictable psychological drama about the underlying love-hate relationship that exists between true friends.
A modern morality tale, TAPE is about three old friends battling over the truth of an event that’s haunted them for years. In the course of an hour, in one hotel room, secrets are revealed and alliances altered, but the truth is illusive … even when it’s on TAPE.
27 April – 7 May 2016
Venue: The Courthouse. North Melbourne
Starring: Adam Hetherington, Hester van der Vyver, Michael Mack
Stage Manager: Ray Bradbury
Lighting Designer: Callum Robertson
Set Designer: Aline Brugel
One thing that I can say with explicit certainty, however, is that there will not be a future production staged by this ambitious new theatre company where you will not see me in attendance...
Tape’s heaving hour of dramatic warfare doesn’t spare a moment and will have you encapsulated in its intimate intensity for every second; it is a truly unique and powerful production with talent oozing from the walls...
Here is another brave, independent theatre company choosing an interesting psychodrama, which is achievable with a small and talented cast in a small space and with a minimum of resource...