A betrayal of Jean Genet. A butchering of Heiner Müller. An exploitation of all involved.
“I believe that a union for domestics would do more for them than a play could” (Jean Genet on his play The Maids)
Written and Directed by Ellen Houghton and Malcolm Whittaker.
Performed by Second Year, Bachelor of Performance students: Adam Alkuheli, Brittany Barr, Sarah Bergman, Patrick Ferrer, Mia Gibson, Zachary Hanlon, Elise Holland, Samantha Mackinnon, Christopher Potter, Thomas Roberts, Emily Smith, Liam Wagstaffe.
Stage Managers: George Brooks and Ellie Wedgwood
Production Managers: James Sutherland and Simon Finnegan
Lighting Designer: Ellie Wedgwood, in collaboration with Karen Norris.
Sound Designer: George Brooks, in collaboration with Malcolm Whittaker.
Operators: George Brooks and Angela Tran.
Stagehand: Ellie Wedgwood
Set Realisation: Alistair Davies (RIP)
Please be advised that this production contains coarse language, depictions of violence, acknowledgement of the existence of sex, childishness, subjugation, etc.
Date: 27 - 29 May
Location: Building 29 Theatre G04
University of Wollongong
[CITY] NSW 2522
Phone: 02 4221 4354
For more information, please see the TAEM Performance website
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