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.

Tickets are on sale NOW from right here.

In a precisely alphabetical order, we have…

BAD RECEPTION by Shaun Kitchener

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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

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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

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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

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Miztli Rose Neville performs a riveting monologue that gradually unravels towards an unexpected climax. Benjamin Rogers directs.

MOTHERLAND by Naomi Joseph

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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

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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

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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

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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.

Briefs tickets are on sale here.

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