By Cassie Workman
11 - 14 April 2018
Sam is a happy six-year-old girl who loves giants and her chain-smoking single Dad. On a routine outing for school supplies, Sam is kidnapped whilst her Dad’s back is turned. Taken to a strange house, Sam’s captor tells her she is sick and can never ever leave. Now only the power of a giant can save her…
Created by the multi-award winning transgender comedian Cassie Workman, Giantess is a devastating and funny fable for big kids. Interweaving music, comedy, storytelling and illustration, Cassie’s one-person-show explores the anguish of coming to terms with a gender identity that doesn’t match your body.
‘Wields words like a weapon.’ Herald Sun
Image by Brett Boardman
Wednesday 11 April 8.30pm
Thursday 12 April 8.30pm
Friday 13 April 8.30pm
Saturday 14 April 8.30pm
Written & Performed by Cassie Workman
Over on the Griffin blog, we hear from #thesmallesthour director Scarlet McGlynn, as she shares her love for new work, explains her collaborative process and gives a glimpse into what audience's can expect from this heartwarming new play. Have a read: https://t.co/SS1BwUqY0P
We're hiring! Griffin is looking for an Associate Producer - Development to join our team. For info & to apply head to our website: https://t.co/HvzVDTn6IU
Submissions are now open for the 2019 Lysicrates Prize!! If you're an established playwright working on something new, we want to hear from you! Entries close 5pm, Friday 4 January. Find out everything you need to know here: https://t.co/N1R1fMmVOT
CONGRATULATIONS to Griffin subscriber Pat Cahill, our Super Big Win prize winner! Pat has scored a fab collection of goodies including a night at QT Sydney, dinner at ACME, tix to the MCA & Sydney Dance Co, a 2-Year Palace Cinema membership & a bottle of Four Pillars gin! Woohoo!
"The initial idea was a show set in total darkness. And it featured a rabbit. The rabbit didn’t make the cut." On the Griffin blog, the hilarious @SusieYoussef answers 5 questions around two-hander #thesmallesthour - arriving at the Stables next month! https://t.co/uhBPkbcT6z