Singled Out is a brand new inter-generational, multi-playwright project which delves into the growing phenomenon of living alone. Amassed by the unstoppable Augusta Supple, comes the latest works by local and lauded playwrights, staged at the iconic Reginald Theatre at the Seymour Centre.
Responding to the prediction that by 2020, one in three living arrangements in Sydney will be that of solo households this new show is a heartfelt and hilarious adventure in the private lives of our neighbours, friends and relatives.
A truly stellar group of award-winning playwrights will offer an insight into the lives of many as a kaleidoscopic series of portraits.
Colliding and intersecting these portraits will reveal a visual symphony featuring the work of some of Australia’s best loved talent including Jessica Chapnik Kahn (Appleonia and co-collaborator on Ben Lee’s latest album Ayahuasca: welcome to the work), Wayne Blair and a special appearance by the Dancing Accountant.
Experience surprising flights of fancy, gentle musings and robust reflections on what it means to be a solo dweller in a thriving dynamic city.
Director/Creative Producer: Augusta Supple Producer: Saskia Vromans Designer: Lisa Mimmocchi Lighting Designer: Sian James Holland Composer: Jessica Chapnik Kahn Graphic Designer: Tom Christopherson Stage Manager: Courtney McDonald
Reginald Theatre – Seymour Centre, Corner City Rd and Cleveland St, Chippendale
Season: 2 – 12 October 2013
Bookings: (02) 9351 7940 or online at: www.seymourcentre.com
For more information, visit: www.seymourcentre.com for details.
Image: by Tom Christopherson