Where: The University of Notre Dame Drama Studio (Access via Prindiville Hall, Mouat Street, Fremantle)
When: 7pm, on Wed 19, Thur 20, Fri 21, Sat 22 September
RSVP: Secure your seat by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08 9433 0252.
It's one of those things we may never quite know enough about. Does it last? When is it really real? Love is the core theme of the play Honour by Joanna Murray-Smith. This play is up close and personal. It may hit a tender spot for those who've come close to a situation similar to one of these characters. It’s a fly on the wall view into the lives of this upper-middle class couple’s exhausting, confronting, yet also tender and poignant journey through life and love.
Directed by NIDA and WAAPA graduate, Michael McCall, working with the students of the Theatre Studies course, Honour will be playing for four nights at The University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle.
Be sure to register to secure your seat at this free event.
“…for those with the patience for rich, thought-provoking drama, this engrossing study of moral frailty and emotional turmoil will be tremendously rewarding.” Australian Stage.
“Joanna Murray-Smith is the most exciting Australian dramatist of her generation.” New Statesman.
“It’s an intelligent, powerful, gripping piece.” The Times of London.