Author: Sheila Callaghan
Summary: A year has passed since the untimely death of Janice's father. Struggling to cope, Janice is holding spiteful conversations with her dolls, and Mother is suffering from panic attacks, with only her cooking skills to keep her busy. In their deteriorating Apartment that incessantly begs for repairs, their only comforts are visitations from their respective celebrity crushes - Justin Timberlake and Harrison Ford. With the support of Justin's affection, Janice begins to craft a plan that will mend the chasm in their lives. Meanwhile, the Apartment is developing murderous plans of its own...
Darkly funny, emotionally charged, and theatrically inspired, this is a critically acclaimed play.
'This is an amazing script, one I want to get my hands on and read again and again. It’s touching, bittersweet, brutally honest at times, and freakishly surreal at others... This is not a fluffy show, nor is it depressing. It is thought provoking.' - East Bay Voice
In 2010, playwright Sheila Callaghan was profiled by Marie Claire magazine as one of "18 Successful Women Who Are Changing the World." She was also named one of Variety magazine's "10 Screenwriters to Watch" of 2010.
Dates and times: Wednesday 4 to Saturday 7 June 2014 at 7.30 pm, Tuesday 10 and Wednesday 11 June at 6.30 pm, Thursday 12 to Saturday 14 June at 7.30 pm.
Ticket prices: $25 for waged adults, $20 for seniors, unwaged adults and tertiary students with valid ID, $20 for Stagecraft members and $15 for high-school students with valid ID. Groups of 10+ (all on the same night) are $20 per person. Two tickets for $30 on the first Thursday for all ticket categories. Early bird discount: book for the first week of the play and get $3 off the full ticket price ($22 instead of $25).
Crew: Tabitha Arthur (director), Stephen Fearnley (production manager),
Last updated 22 June 2014