BY DOROTHY HEWETT
25 APRIL – 27 MAY
This iconic masterpiece of Australian theatre charts the painful, crazy, hilarious life of defiant young poet and sexual rebel Sally Banner, as she searches for artistic and personal freedom.
Set against a background of Australia’s changing social landscape, we follow Sally’s coming-of-age as a communist, feminist, bohemian, lover, wife, mother, and writer.
At the heart of the play is the conflict between Sally’s journey through adolescence to womanhood and self-discovery, and the constricting attitudes of a conservative society.
Hewett’s semi-autobiographical play is a heady cocktail of drama, comedy, vaudeville, musical theatre and panoramic social realism: ground-breaking, daring, confronting and hugely entertaining.
“A great play of life, love and longing” Australian Stage Online
Director Carissa Licciardello
Production Designer Kyle Jonsson
Lighting Designer Martin Kinnane
Costume Designer Mathilda Robba
Sound Designer Clemence Williams
Musical Director Alexander Lee-Rekers
Stage Manager Shushannah Anderson
Courtney Bell, Alison Chambers, Julia Christensen,
Meg Clarke, Jasper Garner-Gore, Brett Heath,
Madeleine Osborne, Tom Matthews, James Wright
Previews Tue 25 & Wed 26 Apr, 7:30pm
Thu – Sat 7:30pm, Sun 5pm
Final performance, Sat 27 May 2pm
Concessions, Groups (6+) $30
Previews, Student Rush, Thrifty Thursdays $20
School groups: $22 per student, accompanying teachers free
To make a school group booking, please contact our Acting Theatre Manager, Alice Livingstone: firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 9519 3403