Cybec Scenes 2

by Elias Jamieson Brown, Phillip Kavanagh & Eva Grace Mullaley

Saturday 30 March, 4PM

Southbank Theatre, The Lawler

Readings of excerpts of works-in-development by Elias Jamieson Brown, Phillip Kavanagh & Eva Grace Mullaley.

All tickets are $8, or add all five Cybec Electric sessions to your cart and get one free!


Readings of excerpts of works-in-development by Elias Jamieson Brown, Phillip Kavanagh & Eva Grace Mullaley.

Green Park by Elias Jamieson Brown

28 years ago Warren found a dead body in the Green Park toilets. Tonight, Warren waits in his shoebox apartment overlooking the ARQ nightclub, a stone’s throw from Green Park. He’s waiting for Eden, the dream boy he met online. Eden is 30 years younger than Warren, is very handsome – but he doesn’t look like the boy in his profile photo.

A story of sex and power across generations.

As One by Phillip Kavanagh

Beth, Megan, Steven, Colin, Vicki and Angela all live seemingly separate but surprisingly interconnected lives. They live in the same suburb, share mutual friends but all struggle to find meaningful connections. That is until their plane crashes and they all end up together on a raft in the middle of the ocean. With a chance to start afresh, what kind of society will they choose to create?  Who are they when all existing societal boundaries are removed, and what are they willing to do in order to get what they want?

A sharp, smart and comic parable for our times.

Cycle Broken by Eva Grace Mullaley

Waa lives in a share house with fellow outcasts Church, a dominatrix, and Rhythm, a recent cult escapee. Her daughter, Rumour, has been taken from her by Child Services and now she must jump through endless bureaucratic hoops to try and get her back.

As she reflects on the women who have come before her, all of whom have had children taken from them in their past, she must also contend with the fact that her housemates, the two people she is closest to in this world, might be the reason she can’t get Rumour back in the first place.


  • Wheelchair Accessible

Artwork for Elias Jamieson Brown

Elias Jamieson Brown

Green Park


Artwork for Phillip Kavanagh

Phillip Kavanagh

As One


Artwork for Eva Grace Mullaley

Eva Grace Mullaley

Cycle Broken


John Kachoyan

John Kachoyan


John is the Creative Director of MKA: Theatre of New Writing and a Green Room Award-winning director, producer, writer and dramaturg specialising in new writing. He previously worked with MTC as Assistant Director for Simon Phillips on Pennsylvania Avenue. John began his career in the UK where he gained an MA from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and co-founded IronBark, commissioning and presenting new Australian plays to UK audiences. Returning to Australia in 2012, John was the Director in Residence for Bell Shakespeare Company and a 2013 Critical Stages Resident. As a director, his work includes Dogmeat for MKA; Alraune for NEON Up Late/MKA; The Tender Land for Lyric Opera of Melbourne; The Winter’s Tale for Mind’s Eye/Centre for Theatre and Performance (and Dramaturg for John Bell’s production); Sweet Nothings for ATYP/Under The Wharf; His Greatness for the Finborough Theatre; The Captive for IronBark/Finborough Theatre; Unrestless for Old Vic New Voices, People of the Abyss for Young Vic Genesis Programme; La Dispute for Edinburgh Fringe/Old Red Lion/Soho Theatre Upstairs; An Itch in the Junk and The Last Bell for Rock Surfers; and Never Swim Alone, Drake the Amazing, La Dispute and This is a Play for the Darlinghurst Theatre. John has previously assisted directors Sir Peter Hall, Wilson Milam, Phil Wilmott, Peter Evans, Lee Lewis, and John Bell. Originally trained at NIDA, John is a former Associate Artist for SnapDragon Productions, former Resident Assistant Director at the Finborough Theatre, and has lectured at the Royal Central School, University of Sydney, NIDA, VCA and Monash University.

The Lawler

140 Southbank Boulevard

Southbank, Victoria 3006