Tantrum X Ensemble presents
When The Leaves Fall
A DIY production of a fresh new Australian play by teenagers about how they view themselves, adulthood and the strange help along the way.
Judah feels like they’re hibernating after the death of a family member. $haniqua hides behind sass and a pair of earrings when the ‘top dog’ within them is really cowering. Willow wants to make worlds collide…
When the Leaves Fall is a fresh new Australian play by teenagers from Western Sydney, as part of a collaborative writing project by the Story Factory and Belvoir St Theatre in 2018. For its world premiere, Tantrum X Ensemble have thought like directors and felt like performers to discover their own unique way to bring this completely out there yet deeply human play to life. Using everyday materials and every inch of the Tantrum Studio, audiences will be charmed and moved by the ideas and perspectives of teenagers growing up in Australia today.
This production contains coarse language, sexual references and adult themes.
Recommended for audiences 15 years+
Tantrum X Ensemble:
Shannon Daley, Quinn Denniss, Elijah Gibson, Luka McCallum, Lucas Mears, Ronan O’Donoghue, Georgia Roddenby, Matthew Ross-Evans, Charlotte Russell, Bronte Ryan-Webster, Sophia Unicomb
Project Facilitator: Chris Dunstan
Sound Design: Chop (Leo Fleming and Toby Stuart)
Tickets On Sale Now
Friday November 29, 7:30pm
Saturday November 30, 2:00pm and 7:30pm
Sunday December 1, 5:00pm
ACCESS, PARKING + TRANSPORT:
Tantrum Studio is located at 101 City Road, Merewether NSW 229.
Access and parking is via Allworth Street, Merewether (there is no stopping or parking on City Road).
ACCESS: Wheelchair access to Tantrum Studio is available via a portable wheelchair ramp.
There is some uneven ground and grass between the Allworth Street entrance and Tantrum Studio.
There are no accessible bathrooms available on-site.
Please note: the performance moves around the Studio and audiences will be invited to move with it. Seating will be available for anyone who would like to sit.
If you have questions or would like to discuss access requirements please get in touch: (02) 49297279 or email email@example.com
TRANSPORT + PARKING: Free, un-metered on-street parking is available in Allworth Street as well as nearby Cross Street and Edward Street.
The number 14 bus stops on Glebe Road within 100 metres of Tantrum Studio.