Brisbane Arts Theatre presents Strange Attractor
Saskia Starck | On 20, Oct 2013
Strange Attractor is an Australian play set in the deep mining country of Western Australia.
The story takes place after a cyclone has destroyed a remote railway construction camp in the dry, red landscape of Pilbara.
The team of employees left from the storm await the arrival of man from Perth to continue the investigations before a coronial analysis.
Theses people have experienced a dramatic few days so they come together in hopes of distracting themselves from the hard truth.
However, as stories begin to be shared the evening takes an unexpected turn.
Strange Attractor is a gripping tale written by Sue Smith and was shortlisted for the NSW Premierâ€™s Literary Awards in 2011.
The Brisbane Arts Theatre bring to life this contemporary tale of free-will and responsibility in the face of enticement.
According to 612 ABC Brisbaneâ€™s Doug Kennedy, â€œIt deals with a lot of important contemporary ideas and it makes for very powerful theatre.”
Support an Australian play, local talent and a non-for-profit theatre that has been contributing to Brisbane Arts since 1936.
Warning: Contains coarse language and nudity, suitable for mature audiences.
Where:Â Brisbane Arts Theatre,Â 210 Petrie Terrace, Brisbane
When:Â Now – 26th October
BAT Members: $20
P: (07) 3369 2344 (Monday to Friday 10am-2pm)