A PLAY BY LIVIU MONSTED
SHOWN AT THE FACTORY THEATRE
AS A PART OF THE SYDNEY FRINGE COMEDY FESTIVAL
2nd, 4th & 6th SEPTEMBER 2015
WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY LIVIU MONSTED
PRODUCED BY LAUREN BLENKINSHIP
Passing Time is set in a street that could be anyone’s; the characters are all lost and find they have little to live for. That is until a parcel is set in front of a letterbox; now when the call to action is set, it’s up to them to finally make a choice in life. The question is will they make a choice or will they meander into nothingness?
Described as "Waiting For Godot for teenagers".
Passing Tme is inspired by the works of Samuel Beckett, and Tom Stoppard. The themes of pointlessness, questioning reason and finding meaning are all addressed in Passing Time.
Its comical style at points leans towards absurdist as the characters play certain stereotypes in an ironic fashion.
TECHNICIAN: DOUGLAS WALKER
MUSIC: JACK MILLER
POSTER DESIGN: WILL RUDLIN
"Went and saw it last night and it bent and stretched my brain in the good kind of way."
Jack Miller, NARLA
"A fun show with interesting ideas and good performances."
The Buzz From Sydney