She is covered in a thin layer of sweat and dust and glitter.
Bright lights pierce the air and the heavy hypnotic beat can be faintly heard through the water...
A Dog Called Monkey explores the issues and complexities surrounding sexual assault and the way stories of survival are warped in the afterwards. In a mess of share house parties, red wine and fairy lights, a young woman desperately tries to hold on to her truth. In the centre of it all, there is a bed. As her friends smother the memory, her world fractures as she tries to hide under the covers.
Wednesday June 21 - Saturday June 24 Doors at 7:00pm, Show starts at 7:30pm Latecomers will be assisted to enter by Ushers.
TICKETS: Full: $25 Concession: $20 (Student, Health Care Card Holders) Transaction fees apply - $3.60 online, $5 over the phone, no charge when purchasing directly from the venue
Studio 2, Northcote Town Hall 189 High St, Northcote VIC 3070
Relaxed performance - Thursday 22 June, 7.30pm - email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information This performance is designed for accessibility. The house lights will be kept on throughout the show and there will be a lessening of visual effects like flashing lights or projections.
Studio 2 and all relevant facilities are fully wheelchair accessible. We accept Companion Cards and will do our best to accommodate for your needs. Approx. runtime: 105 minutes, including interval Please note that this show contains references to sexual assault, coarse language, drug use, and lighting, haze/smoke effects Specific warnings will be given before each show. Contact Tallulah Theatre for further information. email@example.com
Crew: Writer + Dramaturg / Laura Collins Director / Freya McGrath Producers / Sunday Sommerfeld + Matilda Houlihan Stage Manager / Scout Boxall Lighting / Brendan McDougall + Ben Sheen Music / Louis Stevens + Anna Durham Publicity + AV / Dylan Harris Special thanks to Fiona Spitzkowsky for her invaluable mentorship of Laura and Freya.
Tallulah Theatre acknowledges the traditional owners of the land on which this performance takes place, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We pay our respect to elders past and present, and acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded.
This production is made possible by the generous contribution of the Hannah Barry Memorial Award.