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Mon Sans Productions

The Various Methods of Escape

Where
Redfern St
Redfern NSW 2016
Australia
The Actor's Pulse
When

Every day, 7pm to 9pm Tuesday 31 May to Saturday 4 June

Cost

Concession: $30Adult: $35

From the company that produced Street, In Waiting, and Not A Word, we proudly present "The Various Methods Of Escape". A new Australian work that explores the journey of moving past trauma and discovering your self worth.

Don't miss this harrowing play by Amber Spooner, set to premiere at The Actor's Pulse Redfern.

Grace is 19 years old when she finally escapes 12 years in captivity. Once she returns to her family she is determined to establish a normal life for herself, but her captor Gregory won’t leave her alone. The play examines not only how Grace’s captivity affected her but also how it impacted each member of her family. Her father is racked with guilt and shame, her mother loses her identity in the fight to find her and her sister Hope just wants permission to be her own person.

Starring Lucy Hadfield (Street), Chris Miller (Deadhouse: Tales of Sydney Morgue), Meagan Caratti (Home and Away), Martin Cohen ( =City Care) and Anneliese Cox.

Directed by Liviu Monsted (Deadhouse: Tales of Sydney Morgue, Street).

Covid-safe information

A sign in will be placed at the entrance of the theatre.

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Mon Sans Productions

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