Please join us for staged readings of new works from NIDA's Master of Fine Arts (Writing for Performance) students. These events are free and open to the public.
A play about alien contact, Goldilocks is a new work by Michael Gow, based on the famous paradox posed by physicist Enrici Fermi: ‘if there’s so much intelligent life in the universe, where is everybody?’
In the words of Marat, the audience is challenged: ‘To turn yourself inside out and see the whole world’.
With knife-edge dialogue the play, written in 2006 by French playwright Yasmina Reza, fractures our urban veneer to reveal who we are in this late-capitalist era. If Reza has a ‘message’ for us, it is perhaps that some things are better left hidden.
From the iconic 1980s Australian film originally directed by Gillian Armstrong comes a love letter to Sydney.
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