Acclaimed director Adam Cook doubles down at the Seymour Centre next year. Sport for Jove fans can catch MOBY DICK from August 9th:
“For those who have not read Moby Dick in years or have never wet their feet, it is an example of the very greatest poetry ever put to paper – exquisitely playful, funny, barbaric, soul-shunting and desperate. To see it on stage is a miracle of theatricality, the power of the spoken word, and the skill of the actor. This is an epic story where poetry is the captain of the ocean and of us all.”
From July 4th Adam will direct Outhouse Theatre Company’s Australian premiere of The Rolling Stone by rising British playwriting star, Chris Urch.
“In some parts of the world, being gay can get you killed and The Rolling Stone could not be more timely. Urch has crafted a powerful and gripping play where family, faith and paranoia collide. Shining a light on bigotry and the battle to be yourself in an unforgiving society, it is a play for our challenging times.”
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