Briefs 12 is set to hit Waterloo East Theatre on Wednesday, April 6, so it’s time to introduce the actors who’ll be bringing the eight short plays to life.
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In a precisely alphabetical order, we have…
BAD RECEPTION by Shaun Kitchener
Georgia Robson directs this farcical short set in the reception area of a troubled law firm; starring (L-R) Jonathan Cobb, Suzy Gill, Joe Jones, Shaun Kitchener and Sophie Mackenzie.
BEST MEN by Rob Ellis
Rob Ellis directs his own new razor-sharp script about pre-wedding panic, uniting actors (L-R) Christopher Cohen and Alex Dowding.
FOR THE KIDS by Ryan J Brown
Ryan’s darkly comic gem about stagey parents brings together an unbeatable squad of actors: (top row, L-R) Samuel Buttery, Shalisha James-Davis, Natalie Lester, (bottom row, L-R) Roberta Morris, Jamie-Rose Monk and Emma Tansley.
LICK by Ali Dunk
Miztli Rose Neville performs a riveting monologue that gradually unravels towards an unexpected climax. Benjamin Rogers directs.
MOTHERLAND by Naomi Joseph
Writer and performer Naomi plays a woman at a rugby game that means more to her than a simple sports fixture. Rachael Black directs.
POTATO SALAD by Martha Geelan
Izzy Daws and Alex Piggins play a couple en route to a dinner with friends, but it’s safe to say they’re not quite thrilled about the evening ahead of them. Writer Martha also directs.
THE 27-YEAR-OLD VIRGIN by James Robert-Moore
Charlotte Higgins and James Robert-Moore play two people who hit it off under unlikely circumstances in The 27-Year-Old Virgin, which Joe Allan directs.
THEM OTHER GUYS by Roberta Morris
Roberta directs her own piece in which a couple and their respective lawyers thrash out an ugly divorce. The piece stars (L-R) Tom Bovington, Katherine Edrupt, Georgia Robson and Eliot Ruocco-Trenouth.
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