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Feel like you’re drowning in paper work? Beaten by the impenetrable weight of office bureaucracy? You’re not alone. Ross Mueller’s satirical new play is for anyone who’s ever worked in an office. In the age of information overload, working out what’s required has got a whole lot harder.
Declan Greene ventures where many fear to tread, as he asks some difficult questions of his own community: White Gay Men. How was marriage ordained as the #1 LGBTIQ issue of our time? Why do some colours in the rainbow flag shine brighter than others? And when was it that gay men stopped throwing bottles and started buying Prosecco?
Nisha is a high-flying executive at Australia’s largest producer of rice. Working late every night, she encounters Yvette, the woman who cleans her office. As the two women trade stories about their day, Nisha soon realises that Yvette has more to offer than merely clearing away her dishes.
Katherine Thomson’s story about aspiration and reinvention is one of the great Australian plays. Set in Wollongong during the economic rationalism of the ‘80s, Diving for Pearls remains startlingly relevant.
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