7 - 25 August | 7pm
Power, Corruption and Truth
It is 2016. Journalists have been banned from Nauru detention centres for three years. The facts are distorted. The voting public are kept on the threshold of the truth. The government boasts good conditions for asylum seekers but whistle-blowers disagree.
Threshold cuts to the bone in its biting and hilarious critique of the slipping standards of journalism and corruption in the political class. This sharp political comedy takes an unwavering journey into the lives of four divisive and influential figures.