27 August 2019
Gunnedah will be treated to a slice of silver linings when the live theatre performance Sunset Strip comes to the Gunnedah’s Smithurst Theatre 10 October.
This play by Australian playwright Suzie Miller explores all manners of love, family dysfunction and making the best of bad situations and prosthetic breasts.
Sunset Strip is the story of the once-thriving summer hot-spot Sunset Strip – now populated only by the people who couldn’t leave.
Caroline arrives home after a bout of chemotherapy to find the lake has dried up and the holiday-makers have gone. Yet her sister, Phoebe, remains hopeful. She has been caring for her father who has dementia, alleviated only by training his goldfish.
Phoebe has also fallen for Teddy, a local fellow with a big heart.
Directed by Anthony Skuse, this production finds humour in tragedy and creates an unlikely path for humanity to triumph.
Don’t miss this opportunity to see great live theatre in Gunnedah, 6.30pm on Thursday, October 10 at the Gunnedah Smithurst Theatre, Conadilly Street Gunnedah NSW.
Tickets are $35 and are available via www.thecivic.com.au
Photo Caption: Tale of triumph: The production Sunset Strip is coming to Gunnedah.
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