“It’s nothing, everything is fine. Live on."
EVERYTHING IS FINE is an original, collaborative two-part play. Part 1 will be a selection of student written monologues that responds to how people behave when mundane life is affected by sinister reality, and Part 2 will be a devised play that uses the very same monologues as stimulus to further comment on how people traverse their day-to-day with an awareness of this. The play draws extensively from artists’ varied experiences of Melbourne, so expect to step out of Everything is Fine and look at your city with fresh eyes.
VENUE: The Guild Theatre, Union House – Level 1, University of Melbourne
Thursday 26th Apr 7:30pm
Friday 27th Apr 7:30pm – Post show Q&A (Talking Out of Your Arts)
Saturday 28th Apr 2:00pm – Pay-as-you-Feel, Relaxed matinee performance
Saturday 28th Apr 7:30pm
Closed Captions and tactile tours are available for ALL performances. Please scroll down to the Access section for more information.
RUNNING TIME: Approx. 2.5h including a 30min interval
Doors open 7:20 pm, performance starts 7:30pm
TICKETS: $15 concession, $20 standard, $12 members
Book online here https://chook.as/flw/fine or purchase at the door (cash only)
Kashmira Mohamed Zagor
PART 1 WRITERS: Eli Simic-Prosic, Natalie Fong, Rebecca Houlihan, Zoë Steiner
CREATIVE PRODUCER & PART 1 DIRECTOR: Arthur Knight
PART 2 DIRECTOR: Luke Macaronas
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Kate Douglas
PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER: Laura Barnes
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGERS: Bella Dariol, Talia Tritt
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: Ada Coxall
STAGE CREW: Kartiya Turner
LEAD DESIGNER: Jack Murray
SOUND DESIGNER: Liam Beale
LIGHTING DESIGNER: Jacob Trethowan
SET DESIGNER: Aimee Howard
ACCESS OFFICER: Russell Wong
EQUITY OFFICER: Evangeline Stoios
PRODUCER: Reis Low
PUBLICITY MANAGER: Keerthana Anand
PHOTOGRAPHER: Yufan Jo Chen
FOH MANAGER: Sakina Aliakbar
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Warnings will also be provided by Front of House.
If you would like further information please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org
We accept Companion Cards.
The Guild Theatre is wheelchair accessible.
Closed captioning and Tactile Tours are available every performance upon request, please indicate upon booking your tickets, or contact Reis at email@example.com or 0481941872.
For further accessibility information please contact Reis (details as above).
Four Letter Word Theatre would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations. We acknowledge their elders past, present and emerging, and pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in attendance.
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