Neighbours

When a home depot mistake breaks the separation between neighbours Sal and Ally, they are confronted anew by their co-existence. How far can neighbourly duty be pushed?

 

 

I’ve written and directed a short play called ‘Neighbours’ with Olivia Mayberry. The play is being presented by Backstage: University of Technology’s Theatre and Film Society. It will be performed on the 7th and 8th of September along with several other short plays. Come on down and check it out!

‘Neighbours’ will star Madeline Wilson and Margot Kelly. Here are some pictures of one of the rehearsals to inspire you to come.

Alongside ‘Neighbours’ you can see my talented fellow UTS Writers! Here are the rest of the shows.

Snappy Jaws
Written and Directed by Emma Smith
Three young women are getting ready together for a party. They have red wine, chapped lips, and cheap red lipstick. The party theme is also red (like, Ronald McfuckenDonald red. Like, menstrual blood red). They have snappy jaws. Throats sliding with cold wet flavours teeth grinding out shapes of lasers lips swollen with what is still to say and then…

Character 1: Tess Barber
Character 2: Millie Hauritz
Character 3: Ariella Stoian

The General’s Tea Party
Written and Directed by Rachel Sandeman

An Australian and a British soldier discuss the futility of life within the trenches of World War One. Tea always solves an international crisis.

Digger: Scott Leek
Tommy: Patrick Griffiths

The Critics
Written and Directed by Lonie Pizarro

The audience is seated. The popcorn vendors are gone. The lights have dimmed. But the play has yet to commence. Renowned theatre critics Klaus Astor and Johann Von Mises are not amused.

Klaus: Christopher Comerford
Johann: Brendan Missio

Woman Kind
Written, Directed and Performed By Michelle McCowage

Is it possible that we’re all a multitude of various characters hiding within one body? This short play explores the complexity of the human condition, revealing we have more in common then we most likely realise.

Exhibit
Written and Directed by Louise Jaques

Lottie, a cynic, and Simon, a romantic, are two strangers who begin talking at the latest exhibtion of Zurich Barber; acclaimed abstract artist.

Lottie: Claudia Coy
Simon: Liam Egan

What the cat dragged in
Written by Cindy Dang
Directed by Stephen Godfrey

Three roommates are sharing a dark secret. Everything falls apart when Tim Tam the cat brings in a deadly reminder.

A- Melisa Bactol
B- Patrick Ta
C- Miki Takahashi

Waiting
Written and Directed by Liam EganWhen the world is about to end, all Craig wants to do is take care of his sister, read the paper and hassle the people panicking all around.Craig: Che Fisher
Amelia: Danni Robertson
Patricia: Sabeth Kastanias
Daniel: Andrew SalinasCheerleaders
Written & Directed by Justin Wolfers
Performed by Clare CholertonA monologue in which a woman spends time revisiting her childhood. She liked ice cream and running in the sunshine and wearing pigtails. She lived in an endless summer and her mother spoiled her. She was oblivious.

Bleeps
Written and Directed by Chris Mckay

‘I get knocked down. I mash the A-Button till I get back up again’

Gamer 1: Melisa Bactol
Gamer 2: Tasia Bafatakis
Player 1: Andrew Salinas
Player 2: Michael Truong

Bath Salts
Written and Directed by Jake Nielsen

One man tries to warn his friend of the impending zombie apocalypse.

Dude 1: Callum Braithwaite
Dude 2: Chris Mckay

Reset
Written and Directed By Ariella Stoian

Stef and Jay wait for Daniel to come home. They have a conversation about Stef’s day. Words little matter to meaning.

Stef: Dylan Pope
Jay: Marcus Higgins
Daniel: Chris Mckay

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