M.ROCK | Australian Theatre for Young People

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Ageing is a rocky road, whether you’re a teen entering adulthood with a world opening up that you hardly understand, or you’re on the other end of the spectrum and you feel the world closing in around you with each encroaching year. Grandmother and granddaughter Mudge both want to know what life has in store for them but they didn’t realise they’d have to go to Berlin to find out.

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Killing Katie: Confessions of a Book Club | Ensemble Theatre

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Friendships are delicate things and they can grow brittle with age as people set into their ways and rhythms. So when a new voice gets injected into an old script, it can make or break the very foundations of the friendship. In this case, it even ends in death.

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Kid Stakes | Les Soloman & Lambert House Enterprises

Years before the internationally acclaimed story of Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, Olive and Nancy and Roo and Barney were just kids coming out of the roughest years of the Great Depression. The future for themselves and the nation was unknown, only the summer stretched before them. In celebration of Ray Lawler’s 100th year, Lambert House Enterprises brings that summer to the Zoom stage for a staged reading of a blossoming love rectangle.

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