In the city a bomb explodes. The shock waves spread out until everyone is on edge, waiting for the next explosion. Through this wary city Amor walks. All he has to do is act normally. But today, nothing is normal.
A masterful, non-naturalistic ensemble piece, I Call My Brothers is Khemiri’s personal response to a notorious suicide bombing in Stockholm. This acclaimed Swedish play for young adult audiences will enjoy its Australian premiere at MTC before touring throughout regional Victoria directly into schools.
Recommended for Year 10 and over.
This play is on the VCE Drama Playlist Unit 3.
Cast & Crew
News & Reviews
‘An imaginative, open-ended and thought-provoking play’
‘Nadja Kostich directs with sensitivity and pace’
Inspired, hilarious, touching and surprising.
Stunningly funny, ominously good.
The goal is to blend in. The goal is to become invisible. There. Now you’re ready.
Performance Dates and Times
Bookings for this production have now closed.
- Thursday 16, 23 and 30 April: 1.30pm and 7pm
- Friday 17 and 24* April, and 1 May: 1.30pm and 7pm
- Monday 20* and 27* April: 1.30pm
- Tuesday 21 and 28 April: 1.30pm and 7pm
- Wednesday 22 and 29* April: 7pm
*These performances have a pre-show talk
- Monday 20 April: 11.30am
- Friday 24 April: 11.30am
- Monday 27 April: 11.30am
- Wednesday 29 April: 5pm
I Call My Brothers will also tour to schools with Regional Arts Victoria from 4 – 15 May, to Geelong Performing Arts Centre on 18 May and to Launceston College, Tasmania on 20 May.
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Warning: This play includes some coarse language, references to terrorism and strong themes including violence/crime. Schools are advised to consult with MTC and/or RAV before booking this show if they are concerned about its suitability for their students. Information about selecting learning resources are provided by DEECD.
- Contains some coarse language