UnderExposed Theatre presents
Preconceptions of different ‘types’ of people exist across the wide spectrum of our population and yet we mostly only question those most abhorrent and offensive. But what about those generalisations that don’t get met with immediate disdain, where the stigma does stick and which in many cases fly under the radar of what is considered unacceptable and in poor judgement?
This outing of short plays explores the underexposed theme from many perspectives, pushing the boundaries even further and presenting a diverse range of high quality writing.
Some more serious and others more light-hearted; the vastly varying voices of the contributory writers will have you recognising, questioning and in many cases laughing out loud at the preconceptions that you never really thought you might have.
From a social outcast seeking love to a young composer seeking inspiration, from workplace battles to household disputes, from matters of the heart to trouble of the mind, UnderExposed Take Two has something for everyone.
How About Cannons!
Written by David Vasdauskas and Directed by Jonathon Carr
Taking the Rap
Written by Anni Swinburn and Directed by Gary Beadle
For the Love of Noodles
Written by Joe Starzyk and Directed by Justin Murray
Written by Charles Leipart and Directed by Monique Touko
The Pit and The Pretender
Written by Charlotte Stanton and Directed by Sonnie Beckett
Coming To America
Written and directed by Theo Hristov
The Petal and The Orchid
Written by Clare Langford and Gabrielle Curtis, and Directed by Cat Robey
Written by Stanley Toledo and Directed by Jodi Burgess
A La Carte
Written by Richard Woulfe and Directed by Clare Langford
Written by Robertino Patilea and Directed by Alistair Wilkinson