MUST CLOSE SAT 4TH MARCH 2PM
Performed as part of 2017 Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival
"the most confronting work of theatre you're likely to see this year,"
"Fairly Lucid Productions have a real winner on their hands with Member"
“a gripping depiction of tribal behaviour and homophobic violence”.
EIGHT DAYS A WEEK
Noble “elevates this simplest of theatrical forms, the one man show, to an art that is hard to beat”
SUZY GOES SEE
“MEMBER might be a tough experience but it’s an informed, well expressed superbly acted production”
SYDNEY ARTS GUIDE
Everything is great for Corey.
He loves his wife.
He’s learning to talk to his son.
He got promoted at work.
Life couldn’t be better.
But when Corey’s sitting at his son’s hospital bed, everything he used to rely is about to be taken away. Deeply buried secrets bubble to the surface when no one’s looking and history will repeat itself.
Based on the gay hate crime epidemic that blighted Sydney’s coastline throughout the 1970s and 1990s, resulting in as many as 80 murders and 30 unsolved cases, this one-man show presents a gruesome Australian history lesson.
PLEASE NOTE: This production contains material that may upset or disturb.
“Noble is exemplary. An important story that needs to be told” Theatrepress
“a powerful, emotional, thought-provoking and stunningly performed piece of theatre”. The Music
“a solid, effective show. Ben Noble perfectly embodies the everyman” The Age
“MEMBER is an… important part of the queer arts. Highly recommended. Ben Noble is captivating” The Plus Ones
A Fairly Lucid Production
Written & Performed by Ben Noble
Additional Words by Rochelle Bright, Meg Courtney, Bjorn Deigner, Dan Giovannoni, Elise Hearst & Finegan Kruckemeyer
Directed by Casey Gould
Design by Jacob Battista
Lighting Design by Lisa Mibus
Sound Design by Coleman Grehan
Image by Luke Cadden
What's the refund policy?
Please note all sales are final. No refunds or exchanges are permitted.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
You don't need to. We will have your name at the box office on the night just in case.
What's a Preview ticket?
Preview tickets is only valid for the performance on February 21. The purpose of previews is to allow the director and crew to identify problems and opportunities for improvement that weren't found during rehearsals and to make adjustments before critics are invited to attend.
Is there a lock out for this performance?
The performance will start on time and unfortunately there is no admittance once the performance has commenced.