Me and My Sister Tell Each Other Everything
- Me and My Sister Tell Each Other Everything
- Written by Uther Dean
- Directed by Saraid Cameron
- The Basement Theatre
A family-unfriendly play about sibling relationships set to song and hubris.
Murph and Jos Willcott are sisters. So, of course, they hate each other. They love each other too. Because they have to. Then the worst happens and they're forced together in their family home, literally fighting for their lives. All they have is each other, can that ever be enough?
Me and My Sister Tell Each Other Everything is not the play to go to if you are looking for diversion from the cares of life and maybe a cheerful tune you can hum as you're driving back home. As the audience is well warned in advance, the play includes detailed discussion of, and portrayal of, suicide, including blood.
It most definitely is a play to go to if you're looking for well-conceived, well executed, adventurous drama which shows what theatre can do when highly talented people get together and push the limits.
Written by: Uther Dean
Directed by: Saraid Cameron
Produced by: Alice Kirker
|Tue 11 Sep||8.00pm||The Basement Theatre||Auckland|
|Wed 12 Sep||8.00pm||The Basement Theatre||Auckland|
|Thu 13 Sep||8.00pm||The Basement Theatre||Auckland|
|Fri 14 Sep||8.00pm||The Basement Theatre||Auckland|
|Sat 15 Sep||8.00pm||The Basement Theatre||Auckland|