In a small town, three strangers become intricately entwined by the events of one fateful night.
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Melissa, a mother at 18, is escaping a home life with an abusive father only to realise that history is repeating.
Mick tends the sewage facility and collects the town’s garbage. Once a bright child, betrayal by a trusted adult forms his home-grown philosophy about life’s disposability.
Barbara is a former university lecturer in art settling into country life. Her academic understanding of death is confronted by the cycle of life.
Kangaroo is a rich 60 minutes of debut theatre from playwright Miranda Gott (Bathurst). The play reveals a dark and poetic world of solitude, strength, survival and death.
The development of this works has been supported by ROUTES – a regional partnership between Lingua Franca, Local Stages BMEC and Q Theatre. This project is supported by the NSW Goverment through Create NSW.
Cast & Creatives
Miranda Gott / WRITER
Becky Russell / DIRECTOR