Caleb Lewis”s Rust and Bone makes its world premiere
Caleb Lewis’ stage adaptation of Craig Davidson’s short stories was first developed at the National Play Festival 2011, in Sydney. The play received a week-long script development workshop and two Play Festival performances directed by Adelaide director Corey McMahon at .
We are thrilled to start the year with this punchy theatre show presented by Stories Like These and Griffin Independent.
Rust and Bone by Caleb Lewis
A crippled boxer fights on to atone for past sins. A young killer whale trainer comes face to face with death. And a dog fighter this site discovers fatherhood in the most unexpected of places.
Three men, three interwoven stories. Each has his will tested beyond belief in this potent exploration of masculinity at its most fragile and brutal.
Playing at the Griffin SBW
Stables Theatre, Sydney
9 January – 2 February 2013
Directed by Corey McMahon
Assistant Director Sanja Simic
Set and Costume Designer Michael Hankin
Lighting Designer Teegan Lee
Composer and Sound Designer Nate Edmondson
With Wade Briggs, Renato Musolino and Sam Smith
More info & tickets
Sydney Morning Herald Review
Time Out Sydney Review