From the winner of Black Swan Theatre’s Richard Burton Award for Best New Play comes Death in Bowengabbie – an extraordinary piece of writing by the talented Australian writer Caleb Lewis for a limited season at Melbourne’s La Mama Theatre.
Oscar Bowen has made a great life in the city after escaping the burden of his small-town family history. He has a fiance, a new job on the horizon and seems to have moved on from his tragic past.
But a series of mysterious deaths keep bringing him back to his home town of Bowengabbie for the understandably sad, yet strangely festive, funerals. Is it love that’s bringing him back? A tragic twist of fate? Or is something more sinister at play…?
A big, black, tender-hearted comedy, Death in Bowengabbie will be directed by Matt Edgerton and features an incredible performance by Bryce Youngman as Oscar – that will make you laugh, gasp and possibly get a hankering for popcorn or sausage rolls.
Death in Bowengabbie
La Mama, 205 Faraday Street, Carlton
Season: 3 – 13 April, 2014
Bookings: (03) 9347 6142 or online at www.lamama.com.au
For more information, visit: www.shamanproductions.com for details.
Image: Bryce Youngman in Death in Bowengabbie