A funny and moving Australian classic from the playwright of Holding the Man, presented at Melbourne's fortyfivedownstairs and Sydney's Seymour Centre from January-March 2018.
Shane has fled his family and is seeking refuge in Kings Cross. Confused and naive, he meets two strangers: the ultra-urban Will, who offers brotherhood, sex and something unexpected; and Peter, a fifty-year-old gay man whose mother is dying in a nursing home. With their help (or hindrance), Shane struggles to reconcile himself with events from his past. But how can he move on when he can't even use laundry powder?
Director Daniel Lammin Producers Cameron Lukey and Andy Johnston Stage Manager Cassandra Fumi Lighting Designer Rob Sowinski Set and Costume Designer Abbie-Lea Hough Sound Designer Raya Slavin Cast Simon Burke, Wil King and Guy Simon