by Gordon Graham
Directed by Cienda McNamara
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Brett Sprague’s just out of jail. Reunited with his mum Sandra and brothers Glenn and Stevie, he’s ready to reclaim his life. But things have changed while Brett’s been inside. Girlfriend Michelle may have moved on, Glenn’s moved out and Stevie’s about to be a dad.
As Brett’s disruptive force takes hold, tensions flare and Brett embarks on a drink-fuelled rampage, sweeping his brothers along with him – with terrifying consequences.
“We aim to generate discussion and awareness by asking, what has changed over the last 30 years, what hasn’t changed and what needs to change over the next 30 years with regard to domestic and family violence in Australian society.”
– Deidre Grace, PIP Theatre Founder
Violence, partial nudity, strong coarse language, offensive language, scenes of binge drinking/alcohol consumption, ableism, adult themes, murder, and discussion of physical and sexual violence.
BRETT: Stephen Geronimos
GLENN: Samuel valentine
JACKIE: Chantal Elyse
MICHELLE: Zoe Houghton
NOLA: Leela Rashid
STEVIE: Aidan O’Donnell
SANDRA: Deidre Grace
DIRECTOR: Cienda McNamara
STAGE MANAGER: Kayla Alexandra
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Sheri Van Geest
PRODUCTION MANAGER: Amelia Slatter
SET & COSTUME DESIGNER: Genevieve Ganner
LIGHTING DESIGNER: Timothy James
SOUND DESIGNER: Katie Swan
INTIMACY DIRECTOR: Michelle Miall
FIGHT DIRECTOR: Jason McKell
MARKETING DIRECTOR: Jenna Todd
Support for Domestic & Family Violence
Program: Brisbane Domestic Violence Service (BDVS)
24hr call service: (07) 3217 2544
Pip Theatre is proud to partner with Micah Projects (@micahprojects) who offer action options for those suffering the ongoing pervasive, insidious, social pandemic that is domestic violence. We know there is no magic end to domestic violence – we hope that if we help one person, the ripple effect will benefit and reach others.
Micah’s program, Brisbane Domestic Violence Service (@bdvs_au) is a 24/7, free and confidential service for people in the Brisbane Metropolitan area who are affected by domestic and family violence. When purchasing your ticket, please consider donating to this incredible cause.
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PIP Theatre acknowledges the Turrbal and Jagera people, the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we gather to tell stories and play.
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