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
#TBT to David Williams in last year's 'Smurf in Wanderland', written & performed by David & directed by Lee Lewis. Set design by Charles Davis, lighting design by Luiz Pampolha. Photo by Brett Boardman. #australianplays
Cried. Whole. Time. #3WordReview #thealmightysometimes
Griffin Scratch returns in 2018! Come along to the Stables on Sunday 2 September to get a sneak peek at un-seen-before works from Yve Blake, Betty Grumble, Julian Larnach, Sam O’Sullivan and Rebekah Robertson. Free to attend but registration is essential: https://t.co/e40el5aqLX
Congratulations to the 3 brilliant finalists in this year's Martin Lysicrates Prize, playwrights Nick Coyle, Katy Warner and Brendan Hogan. Stay tuned on Thursday 6 September, as the 3 plays will be performed in front of an audience of children who'll vote for the winner!
It's MONDAY RUSH time! See Kendall Feaver's 'The Almighty Sometimes' tonight at 7pm for only $20. First in, best dressed: https://t.co/kPLwb4ZfaJ #mondayrush #thealmightysometimes