With the front door left open, a young woman (Rillo) steps in and before too long is unwittingly immersed into the lives of two dependent men.
This is a play that was written by a man who after a decade as an actor has no credits, awards, or recognition. It’s being directed by a guy he met on the internet, and performed by actors who have definitely worked on other more legitimate productions before, and hopefully after.
Samantha Grace called it "a play she definitely read"; Andrew Savvas of Real Magazines exclaimed "this is a play that was written”.
When asked what drew them to this piece of theatre, the cast responded with a resounding answer: “money”.
When asked why he felt compelled to write this piece, the non-notable author and playwright, Hayden Hayes, simply remarked that he “didn’t”.
Speaking with the director on an alarmingly rainy day on a rooftop in Armadale, he mentioned that “Hayden Hayes is no Harold Pinter”. When asked what his role entails, one of the producers, who asked not to be named, only said “no comment”.
Written by: Hayden Hayes
Directed by: Tony Rive
The Players: Declan Clifford, Lizzie Ballinger, Hayden Hayes & Abigail King
2hrs (incl. interval)
July 26th, 2023
August 6th, 2023
The MC Showroom
Recommended for mature audiences
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