I am very proud to be a part of this production at the Bakehouse Theatre. I will be performing (semi) live sound design each night. It should be fantastic!
Book tickets: here
Adults $20; Concession $15; Fringe Benefits $15; Students (Secondary, Tertiary, Drama) $15; Groups (6+) $15
Tom and Eve, a young couple very much in love, attend a party where Eve is randomly raped and beaten. Under the burdens, their relationship collapses. Five years later, Eve returns from overseas to find that Tom has a new girlfriend; the much younger and much more sexually adventurous Manpreet. As the women contest the their place in the house, and in Tom’s heart, Eve is forced to confront the fact that despite their love, restarting the relationship might be impossible.
Season May 10, 11, 12,15, 16, 17, 18, 19. 22, 23, 24, 25. All shows at 8pm.
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