Love and Money

Date/Time: 09 Jun 2017 - 16 Jun 2017

By Dennis KellyDirected by Judy Davis

'I don't believe in God anymore. Money. I believe in money.'

Written just prior to the Global Financial Crisis, with still potent memories of 9/11 and the endless wars that have followed, Love and Money examines the human cost of the West's economic belief system. How can we  defend our humanity and principles in an economic system that demands we abandon them when and if required? Money is a stern God: at the heart of the play is a young couple's desperate attempt to navigate this world.

9–10, 13–16 June, 8pm
13 June, 2pm
NIDA Theatres, Space

Featuring NIDA final year Acting, Costume, Properties and Objects, Staging, Technical Theatre and Stage Management students, with students of the MFA in Design for Performance.

Suitable for adult audiences. This performance may contain strong coarse language and loud noises.

Love and Money will be performed in one act with no interval. Running time: 90 minutes.

Wheelchair accessible.

Love and Money is playing as part of the The Nick Enright Season Student Productions June 2017.