Brisbane Festival and QUT present

Signifying Nothing

Theatre Republic - La Boite Studio
12 - 23 Sep

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Hammond Fleet Productions (AUS)

This is Greg Fleet’s modern take on Macbeth, set in the world of Australian politics.

Paul and Lainey Macbeth are the ultimate power couple: ambitious, ruthless and willing to risk everything for something more.

In an imagined Australia where the republic is approaching like a train, the teflon Macbeth couple switch left and right like heavyweight boxers, moving from local politics and then on – on to perhaps the highest office in the land, ‘killing’ their real and perceived opposition as they go.

Vote 1 – Macbeth.

This production contains adult themes, sexual references, drug uses, and coarse language.

Writer: Greg Fleet
Direction: Greg Fleet and Roz Hammond
Producer: Roz Hammond
Set and Lighting Designer: Joe Loui
Composer and Sound Deisgner: Joe Leach
Performers: Nicola Bartlett and Greg Fleet 

Featured cast: Luke Hewitt, Roz Hammond, Matt Dyktinski, Summer Williams, Sarah McNeil, Katie Keady, Russya Connor, ‘Hollywood’ Matt Penny and a photo of Shaun Micallef as Premier Duncan

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Due to the nature of the venue latecomers will not be admitted

Price
Adult - $29
Concession - $19.90

Duration : 75 minutes
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Theatre Republic - La Boite Studio

Ground Floor, The Works, QUT Creative Industries
6-8 Musk Avenue
KELVIN GROVE
QLD 4059

Getting There

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Parking: Paid parking in the Kelvin Grove Urban Village (weekends free); limited Pay & Display street parking on Musk Ave, Blamey St, Victoria Park Rd & Carraway St
Bus: Kelvin Grove busway station; Bus routes 345 and 390 along Kelvin Grove Rd
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