Directed by Ian Tweedale
Auditions: June 10th at 4pm, and June 12th at 8pm, at the Warrandyte Mechanics’ Institute Hall.
In John Doyle's play Vere (Faith), the playwright "sets out to examine what the qualities that make us human…the forces that shape us and the context in which we live". Following a shock diagnosis, we follow our main character’s interactions with colleagues, friends and family as he grapples with his severe challenge.
This contemporary black comedy explores many themes, from social media, fame, the role of science vs faith, tolerance, aging and the importance of family and how we define it.
Deeply moving, uncomfortable yet reassuring, both confronting and funny, this Australian play should provoke thought long after the final lights have dimmed.
Vere opens on August 31 and then runs September 1, 6, 7 & 8, with a matinee on September 8.
|Week 1||—||Aug 31||Sept 1|
|Week 2||Sept 6||Sept 7||Sept 8 *|
* Plus a matinee at 2:30pm on September 8.
‡ Note: The theatre doors close at 8pm sharp.
It is recommended you arrive no later than 7:50pm.
Tickets: $25 (Concession $20)Mechanics Institute Hall