By Tasnim Hossain
21 April 2018
Using spoken word, storytelling, noughties pop, and her most grown-up undergrad lecturer voice, Tasnim Hossain looks at what it means to be young, and very, very stupid. Letters to John explores the relationship between two young people as they navigate their blossoming friendship through mental illness, Men’s Rights Activism, racial politics, and arguments over trashy songs. The performance will leave you wanting to burn your Lana Del Rey records and Facebook message the object of your adolescent affection.
Image by Casey Elder
Written & Performed by Tasnim Hossain
Director & Dramaturg Casey Elder
Saturday 21 April, 5pm
A huge chookas to the cast and creatives of David Williamson's FAMILY VALUES as they officially open their season at the SBW Stables TONIGHT! 🎉 Tickets are selling fast, so get in quick if you want to catch a slice of the action! https://t.co/CKBTSDpzX5
"the sodium vapour cue has been reduced in duration" #griffinshowreports #GTCFamilyValues
“Australia today is a deeply divided nation.”
Interested in the political inspiration behind FAMILY VALUES? Have a read of David Williamson's wonderful interview with @AudreyJournal: https://t.co/8NcgVM7ngj
It's Monday Rush for 'Family Values'! Get in quick to grab a $20 ticket to tonight's 7pm show!
Until 7 March
Book online: https://t.co/CKBTSDpzX5
Or call the Griffin Box Office: (02) 9361 3817
As part of #50YearsoftheStables celebrations, we’re revisiting plays from the Stables' 50 year canon in a series of rehearsed play readings across 2020. First up is Peter Kenna's 'A Hard God' on Sunday 9 February: https://t.co/3EsjxIs5r4 #50YearsFriday