Elvis wants Rosie. Rosie wants to escape. And Maddie doesn’t know what the hell she wants, but it sure isn’t this. While Rosie balances the needs of community with her own life dreams, Elvis struggles to move away from a life of crime, and Maddie faces life as a single parent…unless she aborts her unborn child.

Set against a backdrop of the Northern Territory’s vast Top End landscape, Cusp explores the turbulent lives of three adolescents all swimming against the tide of irrevocable change.

How do you move into the future, when your past keeps dragging you backwards?

A co-production with Brown’s Mart Theatre (NT)

Content Warning
This production contains adult themes, frequent coarse language, descriptions of sexual acts and references to trauma and self harm.

Age recommendation: 15+ for GP, Years 11 & 12 for schools

Cast & Creatives

Director Fraser Corfield

Performance Times

Preview 11 – 13 March
Opening Night 13 March
Season 14 – 28 March

Performance Times
Wednesday – Saturday 7pm
Sunday 5pm
Wednesday 18 March 11am
Wednesday 25 March 12pm
Friday 13, 20 & 27 March 11am

Please note, there is a complete lock-out on all performances and latecomers won’t be admitted, so make sure you give yourself plenty of time to get to us, grab a drink, and get settled.


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Young People (Under 26) $25

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