1 year ago

When:
8 March, 2017

Location:
The Cellar Theatre

Organised by:
Sydney University Dramatic Society (SUDS)


The Sydney University Dramatic Society presents: GASLIGHT

“You are not going out of your mind, Mrs Manningham. You are slowly, methodically, systematically being driven out of your mind.”

Patrick Hamilton’s ‘Gaslight,’ written in 1938, is a thriller set in Victorian London. The play explores the psychologically intense and disturbing relationship between the newly married Manninghams. As the play progresses, we see the extent of this emotional manipulation as Bella Manningham, with the help of private investigator Kate Rough, uncovers her husband’s dark secret and attempts to take him down.

Tickets: https://www.trybooking.com/OWOR
$10 Adults | $7 Concession | $5 ACCESS | $3 SUDS

With: Caitlin Blackmore, Jasmine Cavanough, Anita Donovan, Imogen King & Josh Shediak.

The Cellar Theatre, University of Sydney
7.30pm, 8th – 11th & 15th – 18th March, 2017

Director: Max Baume
Producer: Tess Green
Set Designer: Christopher Wale
Costume Designer: Imogen King
Lighting Consultant: Adam Waldman
Property Master: Bronwyn Hicks
Photography and Publicity: Kate Cornish
Acting/Voice: Charlie Jones
Dramaturg: Nadia Bracegirdle

CONTENT WARNING: Please be advised, this play contains some scenes which are distressing. Please feel free to contact the production team with an queries or concerns at sudsgaslight@gmail.com.

BY ARRANGEMENT WITH ORiGiN™ THEATRICAL, ON BEHALF OF SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD.