by Will O’Mahony
‘Sorry if this might bruise a bit. Might put your band in a bit of a bind. But y’know what? You’ll live. History says you’ll live.’
What if you fell in love with the person who publicly shamed you? Turning the ‘boy meets girl’ formula on its head, Minneapolis is an ‘almost’ love story set in a world conditioned to hate. Exploring complex questions about privilege and privacy, the play looks at what it means to be a pariah in our clickbait times.
Will O’Mahony is an award-winning writer, actor, and director. Founder of the independent theatre company The Skeletal System, Will has written several plays including Great White, Coma Land, and Tonsils + Tweezers. Directing credits include Coma Land (BSSTC), Tonsils + Tweezers (BSSTC), Body Farm (Blue Room Theatre), Punk Rock (WAAPA), and Fire (WAYTCO).
Minneapolis is supported by the Western Australian State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries.
Director: Susie Dee
Dramaturg: Christie Evangelisto
Performances: Thursday 22nd March, 8 pm
Saturday 24th March, 12:30 pm
Single Ticket: $20
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