We Are the (End of the) World | Supply Evolution

In a true blue story of hardship, Australian egg farmers are facing bleak times with the invention of man-made egg replacements. A charity concert fundraiser seems like the best solution until it sparks an uncontrollable urge to give, which threatens conceptions of good and fairness. Taking it back to Hume, We Are the (End of the) World takes on charitable giving as a measure of altruism motivated by self-importance and a twisted promotion of individual sacrifice.

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Bare: a pop opera | Lane Cove Theatre Company

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High school is a difficult time for most people as you try to navigate forced proximity to your peers’ and your own raging hormones. Pop culture classics like The Breakfast Club, Heathers, and Mean Girls all exemplify the last effects of high school but the musical Bare by Damon Intrabartolo and Jon Hartmere, Jr. adds the difference of figuring out your sexuality in the oppressive atmosphere of Catholic boarding school.

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