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AFTER a successful season in the Gold Coast, the award-winning Dream Run Theatre Company presents a short season of The Zoo Story at the Drill Hall Theatre, in Mullumbimby.
Written by three-time Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Edward Albee, The Zoo Story is about a seemingly innocuous encounter between two strangers in Central Park, New York, that escalates into a tense and explosive study of isolation, alienation and the devastating effects of a divisive class system.
Full of ironic humour and deep warmth and with her stand-up comedy act. Damien Power supports and Mandy Nolan is emcee. Show at 7pm. Tickets $25.
The Zoo Story plays Drill Hall Theatre, in Mullumbimby, tomorrow at 7.30pm, Saturday at 2pm and Sunday at 5pm. Tickets are $15 adults and $10 concessions from Mullumbimby Bookshop. Bass Kelph, Platinum Nightclub: Bass Kelph on the decks with residents Craig Roberts and Flash. Tiafau, Elsewhere: Tiafau keeps the dancefloor packed with party tunes. Loren, Mandala Organic Arts: Local roots musician plays live. Show at 7pm. $5 entry. DJ Turhan, Love Nightlife: 1990s R’n’B favourites. Wasabi, Currumbin RSL: Four-piece cover band put on an energetic show featuring rock ’n’ roll favourites. Show at 7pm. Free entry. DJ Marty Harris, Swingin’ Safari: Plays funk, soul and hip hop. Show at 8pm. Tickets $10. Dance On, Southport Sharks: Live rock ’n’ roll tunes. Show 8.30pm. Free entry. Marshall OKell, The Loft: Tuesday’s Good and Fat Buddha Instinct support. (Report, Page 5.) Show at 8pm. $15 entry.
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The Zoo Story. humanity, the play, starring Greg Litchfield and director Michael Lill, offers a powerful and profound insight into the fragility of the human condition and how the search for identity can be compromised by the pressures of family life, community expectations and an all-consuming materialistic society. Lee Conway, The Centre, Beaudesert Country musician Lee Conway takes to the stage for his Wings Of Steel Tour. Tickets $25. Show at 7.30pm.
Greg Litchfield and Michael Lill star in the powerful and profound