Love and Information
7 sections & 100 characters in a play which asks us to question how meaning is constructed.
Caryl Churchill is recognised as one of the greatest living playwrights of Western theatre practice. Her work across five decades is always starkly incisive, politically charged and driven by a profound empathy for the vulnerabilities and fallibility of ordinary people in unequal circumstance.
Love and Information is her most recent masterpiece. Presenting a kaleidoscope of more than one hundred characters in scenes ranging from a few lines to a few minutes. Each is searching for meaning, truth and something to believe in, while functioning inside a modern world of information overload, sound bites and multimedia pastiche.
Leaving vast scope for individual interpretation, this play is at once minimalist in style and epic in its treatment of themes both social and political in nature.
Presented by the graduating actors of 2018, come and support the next stars of stage and screen in their final USQ production.
*Early Bird Pricing: General Admission – $27 | Members – $22. Ends 16 Aug 18
An Amateur Production By Arrangement with ORiGiN™ Theatrical, on behalf of Samuel French Ltd.
Contains drug references, smoking and adult themes.
2018 Theatre Series
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