INCOGNITO is garnering stellar reviews from critics, while evoking emotional responses and thunderous applause from audiences. Tickets are selling out fast, so book soon!
“An acting masterclass…the ensemble of four performs with impressive clarity and precision.” – The Age
“Co-directed sensitively and imaginatively by Ella Caldwell and Brett Cousins…thought provoking and moving.” – Herald Sun
“Stunning…astute direction…accomplished performances…extremely rewarding.”
– Theatre Press
“Inquisitive, bold and confronting…I can’t speak highly enough of the performances, complete with diverse accents – nuanced and mesmerising all….superbly acted and directed.” – The Blurb
“…the hottest ticket in town.” – Arts Review
“The cast is strong and dynamic …the writing is to be savoured and the play is brilliantly co-directed.” – Stage Noise
“Demanding, visceral and moving – and realised here with great clarity and skill.”
– Stage Whispers
“A fascinating and adventurous piece of theatre.” – Toorak Times
photos by Teresa Noble Photography.
Directed by Ella Caldwell and Brett Cousins
Featuring Paul Ashcroft, Kate Cole, Ben Prendergast and Jing-Xuan Chan
Playing until August 13th.
Don’t miss out on this “masterful” production.
The Way Out cast & creatives
We are thrilled to introduce our cast and creatives team for THE WAY OUT by Josephine Collins.
This World Premiere production will feature Ensemble actors Kevin Hofbauer, Rory Kelly, Grace Lowry, Olga Makeeva, Dion Mills and guest actor Sahil Saluja.
Penny Harpham will direct this exquisite new Australian play and is joined by a fantastic creative team including Charlotte Lane (set and costume design), Clare Springett & Michael Robinson (lighting design), Daniel Nixon (sound and composition), Liberty Gilbert (stage management) and Natalie Lim (assistant stage management).
THE WAY OUT has been developed through our INK program and we are so excited to see this new work come to fruition. Set in a dystopian future Australia, The Way Out tells the story of Helen and her civil war veteran father, who are struggling to survive in a poisoned landscape. Helen sees a way out, but no-one is listening. The fragile world they’ve constructed is thrown into crisis when a government inspector arrives on the same day as a black market salesman, forcing Helen to confront the darker side of their family history.
Keep your eyes peeled for more on this production in the coming weeks as the gang delve further into rehearsals.