2 PLAYS BY LIVIU MONSTED
Shown at King Street Theatre
6th,7th,8th,9th,10 JUNE 2017
DIRECTED BY LIVIU MONSTED
PRODUCED BY ABE BASTOLI & LIVIU MONSTED
"Street" is a harsh and revealing look into the lives of two young street urchins trying to survive from day to day.
For Foster and Miriam being alone and unseen is custom; that is until they come across two seemingly like minded individuals who are new to the cruel reality of living on the street. Not only must they come to terms with the new kids on the block but learn about each other through the process.
"Passing Time" is an existential play 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?
"Passing Time" was originally produced in 2015 at the Sydney Fringe Comedy Festival and is now back as the first play in the double bill.
TECHNICIAN: KODIE AMOS/ MORGAN SIMON
POSTER DESIGN: ABE BASTOLI