100 Reasons For War
23 August, 2016
The Studio, Level 3, Union Building
Student Theatre and Film
A La Trobe Student Theatre and Film production, performed as part of the ACTIVATE FESTIVAL 2016.
Written by Tom Holloway
Directed by Bob Pavlich
The Melbourne premiere of this new play by one of Australia's major playwrights.
Commissioned to mark the 100th anniversary of the beginning of Australia's involvement in the First World War, this sprawling new play takes a tangential look at the reasons that societies so often find themselves in terrible and tragic conflicts. With its scores of short scenes tumbling over each other 100 Reasons for War is played out kitchens and living rooms, classrooms and the bush. It's at times funny, moving and provocative but always questioning the multiple and complex reasons why war has become such a prominent feature in the history of humankind.
100 Reasons For War is a meaningful intellectual drama running six nights only.
August 23, 25 &26 at 8PM.
August 24, 27 &28 at 6PM
Venue-The Studio, Level 3 - Union Building.
Full $15 // Concession $8 // Student Union Members $5
Single Entry into every show in the MOAT season:
$25 Full // $15 Conc // $10 Student Union Members
Passes can be purchased at the Student Theatre and Film Office or at the door of each show.
For all bookings, please call (03) 9479 1198 to reserve tickets or post here on the event page. The Student Theatre and Film Office takes reservations then payment is made at the door on the night of the performance.
Check out the entire Activate Festival program here: https://issuu.com/latrobestudenttheatreandfilm/docs/activate_2016_brochure/1?e=0