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Chain Play

When

Tuesday 20 September from 9:30pm to 10:30pm Wednesday 21 September from 9:30pm to 10:30pm Thursday 22 September from 9:30pm to 10:30pm Friday 23 September from 6:30pm to 7:30pm Saturday 24 September from 9:30pm to 10:30pm

Cost

Full: $33Concession: $26Groups 6+: $26

We didn't have any idea what this show would be about... and neither did the writers!

Two brand-new Australian plays will (accidentally) come to life, with each scene written by a different playwright.

Slanted Theatre’s Tiffany Wong (Lady Precious Stream, Three Fat Virgins Unassembled) leads a team of 40 emerging Asian-Australian writers, performers and creatives for this genre-bending, laugh-out-loud evening of theatre that’s full of surprises at every turn. 

Approximately 60 mins (no interval).

Play 1: ‘Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way’ – Directed by Katie Ord.

“I hereby make the provision for the following gifts of assets to be given freely and absolutely…Cash of 1 billion dollars…… the person who is reading this… yes you!”

Aged care workers My and Mary stumble upon a Will from one of their residents, starting a chain of events involving Bankers, Bitcoin and…The Bachelor?

An Asian-Australian ‘Knives Out’ where nobody dies and everybody lives. 

Play 2: ‘How Asian Are You?’ – Directed by Sammy Jing (Too Human, Rhomboid)

“So… I put him to the test. Like a game, if you will. And the game is called…”

You can’t be racist to Asians if you’re an Asian right?

A bracingly funny exploration of race and culture about reckoning with love, identity, and trying to survive in this whole goddamn industry.

Covid-safe information

Flight Path Theatre is a Covid Safe venue. https://www.flightpaththeatre.org/covid-policy

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