Producing art of any kind has its fiscal challenges, and independent theatre is particularly a risky venture. While ticket sales can contribute to covering production costs, it's a long commitment from all involved and they're not being paid. And ticket sales are not guaranteed. Therefore, we're running a raffle as a means of raising funds to help cover costs and pay our wonderful cast and crew.
The prize is an exclusive experience for two people at the Hydro Majestic Hotel in the Blue Mountains of NSW, Australia, which is worth $1,800. Tickets are just $10 each, and there is a limited number available. Link is below 😊
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I've been busy on a few things, and thrilled to share that we're running Season 2 of the immersive theatre experience, DEADHOUSE Tales of Sydney Morgue 😊
A new venue, a story reprised from Season 1, and a new story brought to life for Sydneysiders and our visitors. Season runs til 30 November at the The Crypt, beneath the St James' Church in the Sydney CBD.
I had the privilege and pleasure of co-producing an immersive theatre production, DEADHOUSE Tales of Sydney Morgue, earlier this year. Our season ran from 26 April to 19 May. Thrilled to report that we sold out 96% of our 33 shows - a wonderful result for a new production and team. Our two stories, A Poison Crown - The Louisa Collins Story and The Portrait of an Artist As a Criminal - Leonard Lawson, performed on alternate weeks, proved that true crime is popular with theatre audiences.
This photo captures actor Chris Miller as Leonard Lawson, a graphic artist with a psychopathic bent.
We are currently developing the scripts on new stories for season two.
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