San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
PULITZER PRIZE WINNER 2014
By Annie Baker (USA, The Aliens)
Presented in association with the Melbourne International Film Festival
Directed by Nadia Tass
Commences 2nd August. Strictly limited season.
Tickets (Full $45, Red Stitch Subscribers/MIFF Members $39, Conc $42)
PLEASE NOTE THAT SHEBEEN IS NOT WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE
Sam, Rose and Avery are the underpaid employees of one of the last remaining film projector cinemas in Massachusetts. They bicker, laugh and dream their way through shifts in the empty aisles.
New kid Avery has an encyclopaedic obsession with film, and Sam has an unrequited obsession with Rose. Rose does what Rose wants to do.
With keen insight and a finely tuned comic eye, Annie Baker examines hidden corners of our existence, revealing the gems of truth that reside therein.
In partnership with the Melbourne International Film Festival, we invite you to a very special Red Stitch production at a unique city venue…
“Funny, heartbreaking…may be the best argument anyone has yet made for the continued necessity, and profound uniqueness, of theatre.” New York Magazine
*Not part of the Red Stitch subscriber season
Playwrights Horizons, Inc. New York City, commissioned and produced the World Premiere of ‘THE FLICK’ Off-Broadway in 2013. THE FLICK was commissioned by Playwrights Horizons with funds provided by The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Commissioning Program.
36 Manchester Lane
Red Stitch Actors Theatre
Red Stitch Actors Theatre is passionately committed to promoting Australian theatre culture, enriching audiences and practitioners alike, by delivering outstanding new work and setting uncompromising production standards. The fifteen actors and creatives who comprise our Ensemble are dedicated to sustaining a unique vision and organisational model – one that puts artists at the centre of their practice – ensuring our audiences are treated to the best in contemporary playwriting from Australia and around the world.
Melbourne International Film Festival showcases the best in current cinema from around the world as well as retrospectives, tributes and discussion programs. Since its inception, MIFF has also been committed to local film: it is Australia's largest showcase of new Australian cinema and is the country’s most vocal champion of emerging and established local filmmaking talent. The festival also hosts many celebratory world premieres of local films