A cunning, but shy, serial killer sells his soul to the devil in exchange for a beautiful singing voice. A mother embarks on a vigilante crusade. A lonely young woman finds love in the most unearthly of places.
Flirting on the precipice of reality and fantasy, Mark O’Rowe’s Terminus is a wickedly funny and fantastically twisted play that follows the lives of these 3 individuals over a 24 hour period. Written in poetic prose, the interlocking monologues draw you into a confronting story of humanity and redemption, occasionally stepping into the supernatural.
Performing in an abandoned library. Come to be thrilled, amused and grotesquely satisfied. Marrickville Town Hall basement, 22 November to 16 December.
Brought to you by Controlled Chaos Productions & Sydney Actors Association. Supported by Inner West Council’s Creative Use of Council Venues pilot program. An amateur production by arrangement with ORiGiN™ Theatrical on behalf of Nick Hern Books.
Terminus portrays adult concepts, strong language + violent descriptions.