A love story that transcends time.

About

Time. It slows when you’re in love.

Stopping you dead in your tracks, when you first catch sight of her. Stretching for an eternity, as you wait for that phone call. Speeding up and evaporating over an afternoon together. Beating so quickly it just might burst.

Those Who Fall in Love Like Anchors Dropped Upon the Ocean Floor is a love story that transcends time – moving from a Cold War Russian submarine, through a Parisian street, to an Appalachian snow field. It follows four stories and eleven characters as they navigate that timeless act of falling in love.

Utterly charming, quirky and funny, Those Who Fall in Love Like Anchors Dropped Upon the Ocean Floor is written by multi award-winning playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer and comes to Griffin direct from two sell-out, critically acclaimed Perth seasons.

Produced by Jo Morris and Renee Newman
Originally supported by The Blue Room Theatre

 

Cast & Creatives

Director Adam Mitchell
Set and Costume Designer India Mehta
Lighting Designer
Chris Donnelly
Sound Designer
Ben Collins
Producers
Jo Morris and Renee Newman
With
Jo Morris, Ben Mortley, Renee Newman

Performance Times

Preview 20 & 21 July
Season 23 July – 6 August

Performance Times
Monday – Saturday 7pm
Saturday 6 August 2pm & 7pm

Running Time 75 minutes no interval

Video

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Reviews

“Krukemeyer’s script is also wonderfully poetic and philosophical, and as you would expect from someone who writes for children so often it is also whimsical and full of imagination.” Simon Clark, AU Review

Those Who Fall In Love Like Anchors Dropped Upon The Ocean Floor is entertaining, thoughtful and thought-provoking, the best kind of theatre to go and see with friends.” Nerida Dickinson, ArtsHub

“It has an evocative and poetic script by Finegan Kruckemeyer that was well directed by Adam Mitchell and superbly handled by its cast.” Richard Hyde, Perth Theatre Reviews

“A deliberately charming exercise in storytelling…” ★★★ Jason Blake, Sydney Morning Herald

“Glitters with humour” ★★★★ The West Australian