1 year ago

21 September, 2016

The Cellar Theatre

Organised by:
Sydney University Dramatic Society (SUDS)

The Sydney University Dramatic Society presents:

7pm, 21-24 September
Cellar Theatre, University of Sydney

The Book of Job is one of the most fraught texts of our culture. It is a book from the old testament. It is a book about why we all suffer. It's about why you think “oh, jeez, I thought stuff was meant to be good but now it's bad, damn.”

Also portions of it dont make sense. Despite this, truly astonishing poetry remains, rendering the text painfully compelling. We turned it into a play. It features God. God is a big man in the sky. He is a big dude and he is extremely scary. He has a big beard and is very very strong. I like God but I'm not sure he likes me :(

$10 Adults | $7 Concession | $5 ACCESS | $3 SUDS
Available at: https://www.trybooking.com/NAOQ

Jestika Chand – Eliphaz, The Narrator
Julia Dabrowski - Bildad
Marcel De Vera - God
John Kennedy - Zophar
Sebastiaan Olislagers - The Satan
Tushar Prasad - Job
Jimmy Pucci - Elihu

Elijah Fink - Director / Sound Designer
Mollie Galvin - Stage Manager / Dramaturg
Rory Knott - Producer
Isobel Taylor Herbert - Lighting Designer, Light and Sound Operator
Maddy Ward - Costume Designer, Set Designer, Props
Anne Wilcox, Elijah Fink & Cast - Adaption

CW: The Book of Job contains references to suicide, abortion and miscarriage. Please do not hesitate to get in contact with SUDS if you have queries or concerns.