Details

This complex, funny and subversive new work asks us to imagine a woman who works with children, but has a secret she’s incredibly ashamed of. Now, imagine a man who works with children, but says and does things in private he wouldn’t want made public. Fortunately there are regulations in place to protect children from dark emotions and the vulnerability of reality.

Collaborating with Pol Heyvaert from internationally renowned Belgian company CAMPO, Nicola Gunn (Piece for Person and Ghetto Blaster, Green Screen) uses her distinctive humour and fierce social critique to explore the moral and ethical minefield of working with children, and other social taboos.

An MTC NEON NEXT commission. Supported by “CAMPO”:http://www.campo.nu/en/about-campo.


Nicola Gunn discusses her new piece ahead of the MTC Season 2018 Launch.

Cast & Crew

Nicola Gunn

Nicola Gunn

Concept, Text, Direction & Performance

Pol Heyvaert

Pol Heyvaert

Artistic Associate

Nick Roux

Nick Roux

AV Design

Kelly Ryall

Kelly Ryall

Music & Sound

Eugyeene Teh

Eugyeene Teh

Costume Design & Co-Set Realisation

Bosco Shaw

Bosco Shaw

Lighting Designer

Jon Haynes

Jon Haynes

Script Dramaturg

News & Reviews

Reviews

Funny, smart, heartfelt… Gunn keeps her audience on a knife’s edge.

The Age

Gunn’s theatre is tantalising, entertaining and often bewildering in the best possible way.

Herald Sun

Venues

Attendance Information

  • Contains coarse language, adult themes, haze and strobe effects. Recommended for ages 16+. For further information, please contact our box office on (03) 8688 0800.

  • Hearing Assistance Wheelchair accessible

NEON NEXT
CAMPO