If you are offended by strong language, drug use, skimpy or implied nudity, numerous sexual references and girls kissing on stage, this isn’t the play for you.
With the exception of the main character JB, actors will be expected to play about three roles each.
It opens like some twisted Shakespearian tragedy: a soft mist, deep moonlight colours, a young girl skipping on stage ringing a bell. She's soon joined by her two sisters and their captive: a young woman fresh from a nightclub, blindfolded and whimpering. However, the words that come out of their mouthes are nothing Shakespeare would have ever imagined.
The three sisters toy, and mock, and molest their captive until the time arrives for a change. What is the evidence they keep speaking of? Are they really going to burn all of humanity to the ground? And what is "The Feast"?
Written and directed by Scott McArdle, SCT takes a step back to the violence of To Shoot Love with the techniques of The Pillbox. This show is not one we intend to sell out and should only attract those serious about theatre and with a strong heart. No punches are pulled in The Feast.
Black Swan State Theatre Company presents The Motherf**ker with the Hat by Stephen Adly Guirgis
17 January – 03 February 2013
A Perth FRINGE WORLD Festival 2013 event and WA Premiere.
Premièring at Fringe World 2013
Prepare to be offended – and see Santa’s reindeer like you’ve never seen them before.
Groovy Boots Theatre is presenting the WA premiere of The Eight: Reindeer Monologues at Lazy Susan’s Comedy Den in the lead-up to Christmas: a darkly comic tale of corruption, abuse and deviancy implicating the smallest elf right up to the jolly fat man himself.