Love and Information

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  • Wollongong Campus
    Building 29, Theatre G02
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Writer: Caryl Churchill
Director: Tim Maddock
Featuring: Chloe Begbie, Kris Cetinic, Clementine Delahunty, Michelle Fry, Domenic Hort, Harry O’Keeffe, Andrew Lewis, Paris Maguire, Krystal McMurray, Hannah Schibeci, Angel Sunil, Bill Wilson

Love and Information, written by Caryl Churchill, is made up of seven sections, each containing a variety of short scenes, ranging from a few seconds to a few minutes in length.

Churchill has been one of England’s favourite and enduring playwrights with work spanning six decades, her early plays are in constant revival and her more recent work is still at the very leading edge in exploration into the possibilities of written text in contemporary theatre.

Love and Information brings into focus the information age where all human experience is mediated by new technologies and the economies of communication.

At times comic sometimes cruel and tragic this compendium of scenes never settles but shifts as if through a thousand distractions.

This performance of the play was developed over the course of ten weeks, through a process of joint exploration between the second year cast and director Tim Maddock.

Director, Tim Maddock is Senior Lecturer in performance and theatre. He was a founding member of the Red Shed Theatre Company for whom he designed, directed and acted, later directing works for Brink Productions, notably co-directing a nine-hour epic, The Ecstatic Bible with Howard Barker and the Wrestling School for the Adelaide Festival. He has also directed Furious Mattress for Malthouse Theatre, Like a Fishbone for Griffin Theatre Company and Sydney Theatre Company and Daniel Keene’s The Serpent’s Teeth also for STC.

An Amateur Production By Arrangement with ORiGiN™ Theatrical, on behalf of Samuel French Ltd.

Stage Managers: Kiara Smith, Matthew McDonald-Kearns
Production Managers: James Sutherland, Simon Finnegan,
Lighting Designer or design team: James Sutherland, Karen Norris
Choreography: Kiara Smith, Clementine Delahunty, Linda Luke

COVID-19 Information for patrons

It is a condition of entry that all patrons wear face masks for the duration of the show. If you have a medial exemption, please send a message at the time of your booking to make the front of house staff aware of this. Patrons are advised that as masks are in use, patrons will be seated next to one another.

Please be advised that this production has a COVID-Safe plan in place to reduce risk of potential virus transmission. If you are unwell or displaying cold and flu type symptoms, including coughing, you will not be permitted entry. Refunds will be issued if you are unwell and unable to attend.

No tickets will be available at the door.