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Play Dead Theatre presents
FESTEN
Play Dead Theatre upcoming 2018 production of FESTEN.
A riveting fusion of gripping thriller and riotous humour of the darkest kind, this dark-comedy is adapted by David Eldridge from the award-winning 1998 cult Dogme film of the same name.
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A Play by Stephen Belber
TAPE

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.

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Directed by Jennifer Sarah Dean
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

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Play Dead Theatre
Play Dead Theatre is a non-for-profit Melbourne based Theatre company. Our aim is to engender, nurture and foster the appreciation of live theatre. We are committed to sharing material with our audiences that will challenge, enrich and deepen their perspectives on our contemporary cultural, social, political and emotional environments.
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Michael Mack

Creative Director
Michael Mack is an Australian film and Theatre actor, known for his roles in TAPE, Rostered On, What If It Works?, Torn and The Bad Buy. More recently Michael played the lead role in the Australian Premiere of Aaron Posner’s play Stupid Fucking Bird directed by Peter Blackburn. In 2016 Michael Mack successfully produced and starred in Play Dead Theatre’s premiere Sold Out production of TAPE by Stephen Belber directed by Jennifer Sarah Dean.

Jennifer Sarah Dean

Director
Jennifer Sarah Dean is an award winning writer and director based in Melbourne. She trained at the Globe Theatre in London and is the Artistic Director of the Melbourne Shakespeare Company. Jennifer’s recent credits include Ghost Stories, The Haunting, TAPE, A Christmas Carol, 2084, In The Loop. In 2017 Jennifer will be directing Much Ado About Nothing and As You Like It for Melbourne Shakespeare Company, as well as Holy Cow! at 45 downstairs.
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