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Scoop Images: Credit - Upcoming Mainbill At Bats


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CREDIT

a new comedy by In Transit Theatre

Saturday May 20th - Saturday June 10th
Previews Thursday 18th & Friday 19th
Mon/Tues @ 6.30pm Wed-Sat @ 8.00pm


A shopaholic, a bureaucrat, and a receptionist at a leg waxing clinic all live in the same apartment building connected only by their frustrated dreams and the sound of the opera singer upstairs. They're each obsessive loners. But when they hit money trouble a web of unknown connections brings them together, forcing them to confront the choice between dreams and failure.


written by the Company
directed by Juliet O'Brien
performed by Timothy Bartlett, Kat Davison + Juliet O'Brien
design by Tracey Monastra
music by Steve Gallagher & Andrew Pennell
lighting designer Jennifer Lal

Tickets: $20.00 (full) $14.00 (concession) $10.00 (previews)

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