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Curtin performance studies students present Mad Fred

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Mad Fred is blackly comic tale set at the trial of Frederick Bailey Deeming – conman, bigamist and murderer.

Event details

Enjoy a blackly comic tale set at the trial of Frederick Bailey Deeming – conman, bigamist and murderer, performed by Curtin’s performance studies students.

Date
Wednesday 11 December to Saturday 14 December 2013
Time
7.00 pm
Venue
The Blue Room, 53 James Street, Northbridge
Cost
Standard: $20 Concession: $18
An image of Mad Fred

Mad Fred makes its debut at The Blue Room in collaboration with Curtin University’s Hayman Theatre, and stars Curtin’s Performance Studies major. Mad Fred is written by Hellie Turner, “one of WA’s most respected and awarded playwrights” (pwa.org.au), and directed by acclaimed WA director Adam Mitchell.

Mad Fred is part of Hayman Theatre’s new initiative ‘Curtin Stage One Series’, where students work on a new WA play written by a WA playwright and/or author.

Tickets

Purchase tickets through The Blue Room.