Synopsis
A woman. A man. A girl. Over the course of a single day these three voices from one family intertwine to tell a story of isolation in regional Australia. Moments missed, dreams not shared and the tragedy of the everyday course through this powerful and redemptive tale about the need to connect.

Crafted by award-winning Australian playwright Tom Holloway (Storm Boy, And No More Shall We Part), Red Sky Morning was named as the play of the year by the Sunday Age when first produced by Red Stitch in Melbourne.

Structured as a lyrical intertwining of three internal monologues, the text is a powerful example of what theatre does best, the telling of stories from heart to heart and mind to mind.

Helmed by up-and-coming director Sarah Dunn (Melancholy Play) and starring Julie Wood (Solstice), this South Australian premiere promises to fill the intimate Bakehouse Theatre with aching, poetic beauty.

 

 

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