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All Things Must Pass - A Play About The Beatles
« on: March 09, 2012, 05:17:04 AM »

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In 1964, four young friends from Liverpool unexpectedly skyrocketed to international stardom. They did not know how it had happened, they had no idea why it had happened to them, and they certainly couldn't tell whether or not they deserved it. It was a rush at first, but they soon grew tired of the deafening screams that followed them everywhere.
Something strange had taken hold of the world, and it was called Beatlemania. For a short time it seemed they were invincible. Invincible, that is, until one of them was murdered by a lone gunman who claimed to have heard the voice of God...

A play about grief, friendship, fame, and the strange light behind a killer's eyes: All Things Must Pass by David Potter opens on the 21st of March at Sydney University Dramatic Society's Cellar Theatre.

Season: 21-24 March, then 28-31 March.
Tickets at door: $5, $4, $3, $2.

Doors open at 7:00

Rebecca Saffir as George Harrison
Joshua Free as Ringo Starr
Michaela Savina as Paul McCartney
and Jonathan Dunk as John Lennon
Laura Bradford
Emma Johnston
and Kate Spira

Sound Design: Jeaux Pfeffer
Lighting Design: Tom Yates
Script: David Potter

Director: Finn Davis
Assistant Director: Stella Karver
Producer: Adriane White

Supported by SUDS and the University of Sydney Union.



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Re: All Things Must Pass - A Play About The Beatles
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2012, 09:13:55 AM »

Interesting. I'd like to see that script.


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