We're Probably Really Really Happy Right Now by Ellen Grimshaw
Presented by Public Service Announcement Theatre Co
What does fear and restriction versus instinct and freedom look like when they co-exist? Can they co-exist?
Volatile, unpredictable, hilarious, and filled with wrath, We’re Probably Really Really Happy Right Now is looking at the madness of a culture soaked in ludicrous toxicities ranging from capitalism and misogyny to tall poppy syndrome. Inspired by performance art, classical music, and experimental dance choreography such as Pina Bausch and Reza Abdoh, WPRRHRN liberates us from gender binaries and compliance and is out of order. It has to be because society is! This is an incendiary reaction to conformity!
Playwright: Ellen Grimshaw
Director: Sarah Vickery
Assistant Director: Dasha 97'
Stage Manager: Kaite Head
Assistant Stage Manager: Claudia Howarth
Sound designer/AV designer: Justin Gardam
Lighting Designer: Gabe Bethune
Set Designer: Josie Wagstaff
Creative Access Consultant: Jo Dunbar
Producers: Ellen Grimshaw, Kaite Head & PSA Co.
Supported by the City of Melbourne COVID-19 Arts Grants
DURATION: 75 min
WARNINGS + SUITABILITY: 18+
Smoking on Stage
Drug and alcohol abuse reference/use,
sexual harassment references,
physical violence references,
sensitive racial issues discussed could be triggering for some audience members
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