By Omar Musa
11 - 14 April 2018
Join rapper, poet and lyrical powerhouse Omar Musa for a triumphant evening of deeply personal stories and riotously political songs. In a thundering hour on stage, Musa mashes poems, live music and stories together to confront heartbreak, human connection and the dark realities of Australian culture. Since Ali Died is a rare opportunity to see one of Australia’s most electric and impressive storytellers up close and personal.
‘At once tender, beautiful, gritty, and raw.’ The Guardian (on Here Come the Dogs)
Image by David Charles Collins
Wednesday 11 April 7pm
Thursday 12 April 7pm
Friday 13 April 7pm
Saturday 14 April 7pm
Written & performed by Omar Musa
Directed by Anthea Williams
Submissions are 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
The Griffs are chuffed to have a score of Sydney Theatre Awards noms, including 3 plays up for Best New Australian Work (#thealmightysometimes by @kendallfeaver, #thefeatherintheweb by @nickcoyles & #killclimatedeniers by @davidfinig.) Congrats to everyone nominated!! #newwriting
Congrats to all these playwrights! Big love to Kendall obviously but every one of them has given audiences of 2018 smart, insightful and moving work. Thank you for your talent and perseverance. We need you to keep writing!
Dancers! Our friends at @LucyGuerinInc are auditioning for their new work, 'Metal' - a collab with Indonesian heavy metal choir Ensemble Tikoro. They're looking for professional dancers with strong contemporary technique & improv skills. Find out more: https://t.co/i7mXyVM7t5
It's CLOSING NIGHT for 'The Smallest Hour'! What a gorgeous show this has been! Congratulations to Phil, Susie and the incredible creative team behind this beautiful play. Enjoy the last performance!! #thesmallesthour