Date(s) - 23 Mar 2012
8:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Frankston Arts Centre
Captioned Performance: Friday, 23 March 2012 at 8pm.
With thanks to White Cleland Lawyers, Principal Access & Inclusion Partner of the Frankston Arts Centre. www.whitecleland.com.au
David Williamson’s Let the Sunshine
A co-production with Melbourne Theatre Company
A ferociously funny social satire with all the warmth and wit we know and love in Williamson’s work.
Ageing Sydney radicals Toby and his wife Ros head north to escape scandal, only to find that their coastal refuge may contain more treacherous undercurrents than they thought.
There’s Natasha, the upwardly mobile ‘Queen Bee of Noosa’, an old schoolmate of Ros, and her brash property developer husband Ron — not to mention the potential minefield of which celebrity to invite to the next book club.
When Ros and Toby’s drop-out musician son falls in love with the high-flying lawyer daughter of Natasha and Ron, it’s on for young and old as these two decidedly odd couples attempt to reconcile themselves to the love of their very own Romeo and Juliet.