'Look at me. You have to look at me. It’s just a photograph. A stupid photograph. Ain’t gonna hurt you.'

About

If survival meant complicity with a brutal regime, what would you sacrifice for someone you love?
May’s revolutionary idealism has earned her a job as prison photographer for the Organisation. But as the faces of the regime’s enemies pass her unflinching lens, will they shake May’s belief in the world she helped create?
Winner of the Amnesty International Protect The Human Playwriting Award and inspired by the history of Cambodia’s S-21 prison under the rule of the Khmer Rouge, playwright Sarah Grochala strips humanity bare in this compelling new play.

Two Birds One Stone gratefully acknowledge the support of Julian Burnside AO QC and David Morawetz’s Social Justice Fund, a fund of the Melbourne Community Foundation.

Venue

SBW Stables Theatre
10 Nimrod Street
Kings Cross NSW 2011

Performance Times

Monday – Saturday 7pm (8pm 9 April)
Saturday Matinee 10 April 2pm
MEET THE PLAYWRIGHT Special post-show forum with Sarah Grochala, Friday 9 April, please note this performance starts at 8pm

Production Notes

Director Caroline Craig
Producers Emma Jackson and Mark Macrossan
Set Designer Nick Dare
Lighting Designer Mikkel Mynster
Sound Designer Jeremy Silver
Production Manager Michael Sieders
With Paige Gardiner, Anthony Gooley, Lynden Jones, Molly Knight, Kelly Paterniti, Adam Roberts, Lizzie Schebesta and Sarah Snook
RUNNING TIME 60 minutes
Presented by Two Birds One Stone & Griffin Independent.  Read more about Two Birds One Stone here.

Tickets

Full $30; Seniors $26;
Concession/Preview/Matinee $23;
Group$26; Under 30 $26 (Monday-Thursday)
$15 Rush tickets available every Monday evening
Phone bookings 02 8002 4772
Online Bookings

Performance Dates

Previews 17, 18 March
Season 20 March – 10 April