Sofie and Gregor are drifting apart.
Their cat, Wink, is missing, and the only thing they share is their psychiatrist.
Then Wink turns up on the psychiatrist’s couch…
One relationship falls apart – while another blossoms – as violent desires, domestic terrorism, and relentless feline vengeance drip from this ominous comedy about the thin line between civilisation and savagery.
Anthony Skuse directs Eloise Snape (MopHead’s The Humans, FX Networks’ Mr. Inbetween), Matthew Cheetham (Outhouse Theatre Co’s The Flick, ABC TV + iview’s Les Norton), Graeme McRae (Birdland, Foxtel’s Secret City) and Sam O’Sullivan (The Norman Conquests, SBS Australia’s On The Ropes). The Australian premiere of Jen Silverman’s (The Moors, Netflix’s Tales of the City) brand new play.
★★★★★ “Full of delightfully disturbing surprises.” – Independent Journal
★★★★ “Audacious, innovate, completely surprising and jaw-dropping.” – San Francisco Theatre
“Startling, surprising, boldly create and very, very darkly comic.” – Broadway World
“I’m fascinated by human relationships, and I’m always trying to find new lenses to see us through, new ways of understanding our complexities. We are strange and mercurial, we live under shifting weather – systems of love and regret and jealousy and hope. Wink is a dark comedy with absurdist tendencies, but it seeks to cut to the heart of something authentic and true in how we long for and lose each other, how we recover and rebuild.” – Jen Silverman.
Tuesdays to Saturdays, 7.30pm to 9pm
Sundays, 5pm to 6.30pm
Monday 8 July to Monday 15 July 2019
General Admission: $42.00
$20 for 20's (Thursdays only): $20.00
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