The Blue Room Theatre and Little y Theatre Company present


Glengarry Glen Ross

“an absolutely brilliant cast” Theatre.asn

“This play has to be as near to a perfect production as one can get.” Theatre.asn

“You were left gobsmacked at the delivery of these wild animals in a frenzied feeding pack, their bitchiness, the body language and the unforgiving pace for the full 75 minutes.” Theatre.asn

“a fine prescient way to end the year in Perth theatre.” The West Australian

“King, Hetherington and Curran are in potent form as the three antagonists” The West Australian

Directed by Mark Storen

Costume & set design by Fiona Bruce * Sound design by Ben Collins & Andrew Weir * Lighting design by Joe Lui * Stage management by Donelle Gardiner * Image by Stevie Cruz-Martin

Featuring Georgia King, Leanne Curran, Ella Hetherington, Alexandra Nell, Holly Garvey, Verity Softly & Caris Eves.

From the acclaimed team behind Scent Tales and Slut comes this Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, presented for the first time in Western Australia with an all-female cast.

When lying and cheating are all in a day’s work, things can get desperate in the cutthroat world of real estate . . . especially when nobody’s buying.

Directed by Mark Storen, this ferocious comedy and drama explores ideas of power, greed, and survival . . . delivered in a most unexpected fashion!

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Little Daggers in association with Little y Theatre Company Present



“Persians… does a fine job maintaining the gravitas of Greek tragedy with just enough contemporary rhythm and idiom to allow the ancient work to work fora modern audience.” The West Australian

“The lead performers… were nuanced and effective” The West Australian

“The set was an inspiration” The West Australian

By Aeschylus in a new translation by Aaron Poochigian

Little Daggers, an actor training initiative by Happy Dagger in association with Little y Theatre, brings to the PICA stage the world premiere of the newest translation of the oldest play in history.

As part of The Blue Room Theatre’s Summer Nights series during Fringe World, a cast of twelve performers will take the audience back to the reasons theatre began – catharsis and connection.

When everything you love has been lost, how do you begin to grieve?

Originally written around 472 BC by Aeschylus, and translated in 2011 by Aaron Poochigian, Persians takes place in Susa, Iran during the height of the Persian Empire. Women and children are anxiously awaiting the return of their husbands, sons and fathers from the largest expedition ever undertaken. King Xerxes has sent every man in the empire to conquer Greece.

They’ve been gone too long…

Under the direction of award-winning Perth actor and director Andrew Hale, the show is physical and raw, connecting the audience to the human experience of grief.

See 300 from the other side.

Directed by Andrew Hale * Featuring Christie Sistrunk, Helen Angell, Maitland Schnaars, Austin Castiglione, Megan Moir, Leon Osborn, Elle O’Connor, Lynsey Trench and Laura Hopwood * Set and Costume Design by Sarah Affleck * Lighting Design by Joe Lui * Music by The Men From Another Place and Adam Burges * Graphic Design by Jon Green * Co-Producers Renee Hale, Georgia King, Andrew Hale * Co-Producer and Publicist Lynsey Trench * Stage Manager Violette Ayad

14 – 19 February 2012