BY NEIL LABUTE
WEDNESDAY 10 MAY
Adam is nerdy, insecure and unsuccessful with women. When he meets Evelyn, a bright, self-assured graduate art student, he is flattered that she shows an interest in him.
At her suggestion, he beings a ‘self-improvement’ regime: exercising, ditching the junk food, updating his wardrobe and even getting contact lenses. With Evelyn’s encouragement, he seems to be gaining confidence.
His cocky best friend Phillip approves of the ‘new Adam’ while Phillip’s nervy girlfriend Jenny finds herself attracted to him. But Evelyn hasn’t finished with her transformation of Adam. How far can she convince him to go? And how can she make him prove that he’s more devoted to her than his friends?
This modern morality tale riffs on the Frankenstein myth to examine the nature of art, the meaning of trust, and people’s willingness to do anything for love.
Director Debbie Smith
To be announced
Wed 10 May, 11.30am & 7.30pm
$10 per student, teachers free
For more information or to make a booking, please contact our Acting Theatre Manager, Alice Livingstone: firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 9519 3403