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Signifying Nothing

15 November - 3 December 2016 // 7pm

PREVIEW 15 November 2016
MEMBERS NIGHT 16 November 2016
AUSLAN 22 November 2016
DURATION 75 mins
PRICE $18 - $28
SPECIAL OFFERS

Group Discount

For groups of 6+ people, pay only $23 per ticket.

Meet the Artists 

A free Q&A will be hosted after the performance on Wednesday 23 November for ticketholders.

Hammond Fleet Productions

A modern take on the tale of Macbeth set in the world of Western Australian state politics. Macbeth: Thane of Cannington, Thane of Claremont… he who would be ‘King.’

Paul and Lainey Macbeth are the ultimate power couple: ambitious, ruthless and willing to risk everything for something more.

Signifying Nothing is a mash-up of the original Shakespeare text and the somewhat arrogant scribing of Greg Fleet (too daft or blinded by his own ambition to know his literary place). Fleet also wrote This Is Not A Long Song and the hit memoir These Things Happen.

“It is a tale told by an idiot
Full of sound and fury
Signifying nothing”

With actors appearing both on stage and on screen, the cast is a who’s who of Australian theatre, film and television, including Roz Hammond, Luke Hewitt, Matt Dyktinski, Sarah McNeill, Kate Keady, Summer Williams, Russya Connor, and Matt Penny.

Friendship, love, sex, power. All is currency.

Vote 1 – Macbeth.

 

Recommended for ages 16+

 


Producer: Roz Hammond // Writer & Performer: Greg Fleet // Featuring (on stage): Nicola Bartlett // Featuring (on screen): Roz Hammond, Luke Hewitt, Matt Dyktinski, Sarah McNeill, Kate Keady, Summer Williams, Russya Connor, Matt Penny // Lighting Designer: Joe Lui // Sound Designer: Joe Leach //Associate Producer & Stage Manager: Kennah Parker


 

Image: Evan Munro Smith