I've Been Meaning To Ask You
Why do you have to go to work? How come adults drink to have fun? Is 50 too old to learn to surf? What was life like before the Internet?
This is a work full of questions. Asked by young people. Answered by adults. Transformed inside a theatre-turned-playground-turned-battleground delivered by Generation Up Next. Watch as age collides with experience in a revealing one-hour tell-all, where adults take a backseat as a powerful panel of 9 to 13-year-olds drop some truths… and the mic.
This world premiere from the inspiring collective, The Good Room, is intended for adults.
Director Daniel Evans
Key Creative Amy Ingram
Key Creative Nathan Sibthorpe
Producer Tara Hobbs
Young People Producer Annette Box
Lighting Designer Jason Glenwright
Composer/Sound Designer Dane Alexander
Video Designer Craig Wilkinson (Optikal Bloc)
Production Designer Jonathkan Hindmarsh
Costume Madeline Taylor
Rigger Brennan Smith
Stage Manager Jeremy Gordon
Assistant Stage Manager Sarah Robertson
Bust-Out Choreographer Nerida Matthaei
Choreographic Assistant Bek Groves
Dramaturg Saffron Benner
Emily Bartlett, Ishan Bose, Stella Charrington, Cielle Falco, Enid Foulger, Alexander Graves, Celia Hill, Lucinda Isbel, Aidan Lee, Ruby MacDonald, Phoenix Macrokanis, Declan Mount, Mandie Mpofu, Harrison Newman, Keira Peirce, Michael Power, Jack Sinclair, Marton Temesvari, Angus Tweed
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