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The clothes don't make the man...unless you're Superman and you've had your costume stolen in the locker room of a Sydney train station. To what extremes will the dashing defender go to save his threads and his dignity?

Writer: Robert Luxford

Director: Grace O'Connell

Cast:
Nick Wright (Superman)

Jenae O'Connor (Clerk)

FINALIST IN SHORT & SWEET 2015










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Technology breakdown as two young girls , Jazmne & Chelsea, cannot communicate with each other. Thadius Mortimer the third offers his assistance to help the girls talk to each other. However he finds that the challenge is more than he bargained for.

CAST

Jasmine Kristy Payne

Chelsea Amanda Potter

Thadius Mortimer Richard Mason

Director

Uma Kali Shakti

IMAGINE FESTIVAL 2010


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What if you could see two alternative futures of your child 40 years on before they are even born ? Knowing that one of those futures holds dire consequences for you, could you choose to end that childs life or allow the worst to happen ?

Conflux theatre winner 2004



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What do you do when you want to pay cash in a cashless society? This is the predicament a baby boomer faces when dealing with a millenial when buying a DVD.

Winner of the peoples choice award for Crash Test Drama Cronulla 2019.

Cast
Graham Egan, Kelly McRae, Emily Perry
Director
Uma Kali Shakti


Winner Peoples choice Crash Test Drama Cronulla 2019.

SHORT AND SWEET THEATRE TOP 80 WEEK THREE SYDNEY 2020 @ AMPA TOM MANN THEATRE

Sydney Arts Guide 28 FEBRUARY 2020 LYNN BELVEDERE.

CASHLESS

Huge comedy delight and very entertaining. Two millennial shop staff, are fully trained to be only able to accept payment by bank issued card, and to repeatedly blame the customer. The clever and resourceful customer insists on his legal right to pay for his purchase in cash, because the store refuses to accept his Australian Currency. What about my change.


This play humorously explored the generation gap and the angst against millennial meltdowns. Cast did a great job in being believable in this easy-to-follow story.

Reviewed by Olivia Farag- What’s On Sydney.


Kelly McRae plays the annoying, uninterested Cashier treating customers like an inconvenience with such accuracy it’s painful. She really comes to life as the play develops with entertaining play between her and Graham Egan as the customer who just wants to spend some cash, his exasperation contrasts with her indifference in this clash between millennials and the cave man era. Emily Perry as the supervisor depicts the ‘I’ll call security’ society, for imagined and exaggerated infractions with cringy acuity. The customers hapless persona is helped by his shabby clothes, a tidy fun look at the miracles of modern technology, and their costs.

Review By Lee Sarich - Theatre Travels.