Adelaide Festival 28 February - 16 March 2014


Girl Asleep

Windmill Theatre Trilogy

By Matthew Whittet, Directed by Rosemary Myers

Australia

"Rosemary Myers' inventive direction marries well with Whittet's pop-culture wit."

- Sunday Mail

Greta Driscoll is frozen in the spotlight of her fifteenth birthday party. As the events of the night unfold, going from bad to worse, a stranger arrives sending Greta into a parallel place; a latent world that’s weirdly erotic, ultra-violent and thoroughly ludicrous – it is there she will find herself. This is a girls’ own adventure where heroism and gender are turned on their head in a unique explosion of the sisterhood.

Windmill Theatre’s Fugitive, School Dance and Girl Asleep form a unique trilogy of rites-of-passage stories by Helpmann Award-nominated writer/director team Matthew Whittet and Rosemary Myers. The adrenaline of the alpha male, the pain of the loser, and the dark inner world of the teenage girl underscore these three distinct works each delivering an outrageous, hilarious, painful, violent and ultimately celebratory experience.

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Details

Fri 28 Feb 7pm
Tue 4 Mar 8.30pm
Wed 5 Mar 8.30pm
Sat 8 Mar 1pm & 6.30pm
Sun 9 Mar 12pm
Sat 15 Mar 1pm & 6.30pm

1 hour 20 minutes (no interval)


TICKETS

Trilogy Package:
Adult $99
Friends $84
Concession $84
Fringe Benefits $75

Single Show:
Adult $39
Friends $33
Concession $33
Groups 4+ $33
Fringe Benefits $29

For Fringe Benefits bookings, please call BASS on 131 246.




Warnings

Suitable for ages 14+. Contains occasional coarse language and depictions of violence.


Access Details

Wheelchair Access Assistive Listening


credits

Writer: Matthew Whittet
Director: Rosemary Myers
Designer: Jonathon Oxlade
Lighting: Richard Vabre
Animation: Chris More
Original Soundtrack: Luke Smiles – motion laboratories
Starring: Ellen Steele, Eamon Farren, Jude Henshall, Zara Blight, Paige Whitby and Amber McMahon
Presented by Windmill Theatre and Adelaide Festival. This project received special funding from Major Commissions and Festival Commissioning Fund through Arts SA and the 2014 Adelaide Festival


IMAGE CREDITS
Shane Reid

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