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TEETH 2 TAIL

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Curtin’s Performance Studies and the Hayman Theatre Company are pleased to present, TEETH 2 TAIL, a new play by Steven McCall.

Event details

See TEETH 2 TAIL, the story of a 14 year old girl fighting for her life, at the Blue Room Theatre from 9 December 2014.

Date
9 December to 13 December 2014
Time
7 pm sharp
Venue
The Blue Room Theatre, 53 James Street, Northbridge
Cost
$20 standard, $15 Curtin staff & students
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When the battle lines are drawn on the home-front, the world gets blurred, relationships are lost and the search for identity becomes the biggest fight of all. Set in an isolated town, on the outskirts of nowhere, TEETH 2 TAIL is the story of a 14 year old girl fighting for her life.

TEETH 2 TAIL is this year’s CURTIN: STAGE ONE production. STAGE ONE an initiative of the Performance Studies area at Curtin University. STAGE ONE premiers a new play by a WA playwright and gives Curtin students the opportunity to work with three professional artists-in-residence (a playwright, a director and a designer).

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Bookings: by calling 9227 7005 or from the Blue Room website

Director: Mark Storen

Designer: Patrick Howe

Lighting Designer: Karen Cook

Cast: Violette Ayad , Eloise Carter, Holly Dodd, Sean Guastavino, Ryan Hunt, Amy Johnston, Gemma Middleton, Ashleigh Morris, Kane Parker, Zoe Street and Amelia Tuttleby

Stage Manager: Samantha Barrett

Deputy Stage Managers: Kharla Fannon and Amy Tamati

Set: Bianca Stewart and Jennifer Scullion, Annika Jane, Eleanor Davison and Alexander Gerrans

Costume: Sally Ostrowski and Amanda King

Properties: Christopher McIntosh

Sound: Elliot Macri, George Ashforth and Stephen McGuire

Lighting: Rhiannon Peterson and Aaron Smith

Projections: Tristan McInnes

Dramaturg and Marketing: Michelle Endersbee

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