Apocalypse Bear Trilogy

Apocalypse Bear Trilogy

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A Stuck Pigs Squealing Production
This is an invitation. New lands are being created. Memory, now and the future are pouring onto the internet. Reality is splintering into shards of mirror and a casual, congenial bear is showing up at people’s houses. If you’ve had a bad day at school, he’ll take you back to where it all went wrong. Or he may invite you to the woods – a place of myth, transgression and discovery, where outcasts can start again – but with grave consequences.

To view the Apocalypse Bear short films by Lally Katz and Nick Verso on You Tube click one the following links – Apocalypse Bear Episode #1 or Apocalypse Bear Episode #2.

Presented by Melbourne Theatre Company in association with Melbourne International Arts Festival.

Auspiced by Theatre Works.

Photography: Brett Brogan

Please note: Apocalypse Bear Trilogy has a total lock out. Late comers will not be admitted.

WARNING: This production contains course language and adult themes.

Luke Mullins

Luke Mullins

<p>Luke Mullins returns to <span class="caps">MTC</span> having previously performed in <em>Season at Sarsaparilla</em> (also <span class="caps">STC</span>; Green Room Award), <em>The History Boys</em>, <em>Cloud Nine</em>, and <span class="caps">MTC</span> Education’s Explorations: <em>Oedipus the King</em>. His other theatre work includes <em>Angels in America</em>, <em>The Glass Menagerie</em>, <em>The Power of Yes</em>, <em>Death of a Salesman</em>, and <em>Small and Tired</em> for Belvoir; <em>Tales from the Vienna Woods</em>, <em>Waiting for Godot</em> (Sydney Theatre and Helpmann Awards), <em>Little Mercy</em>, <em>Long Day’s Journey into Night</em>, <em>The War of the Roses</em>, <em>Gallipoli</em>, <em>The Serpent’s Teeth</em>, and <em>The Duel</em> for Sydney Theatre Company, for whom he was a member of their Actors Company 2007 to 2009; <em>Night on Bald Mountain</em> and <em>Autobiography of Red</em> for Malthouse; <em>I Heart John McEnroe</em> and <em>The Man with the September Face</em> for Uninvited Guests; <em>Thom Pain (based on nothing)</em> for B Sharp/Arts Radar; <em>Apocalypse Bear Trilogy</em> (also Co-Director), <em>4xBeckett</em>, <em>Agoraphobe</em>, <em>The Eisteddfod</em>, <em>Untitled Intentional Exercise #1</em>, and <em>Lally Katz and the Terrible Mysteries of the Volcano</em> for Stuck Pigs Squealing; <em>Irony is Not Enough</em> for Fragment 31/Arts House;_ Lucrezia and Cesare_ and <em>Miss Julie</em> for Original Voices; <em>Mercury Fur</em> for Griffin Stablemates/ Theatreworks. He has also appeared for Liminal Theatre, Uncle Semolina and Friends, Wrecked All Prods, God Be in My Mouth, and was director of <em>Night Maybe</em> for Stuck Pigs Squealing and Theatre Works. </p>

<p>His television work includes <em>Reef Doctors</em>, <em>Blue Heelers</em>, <em><span class="caps">MDA</span></em>, and <em>Satisfaction</em>. He will appear in the feature film <em>Holding the Man</em>, to be released later this year. </p>

<p>A graduate of <span class="caps">VCA</span>, he is also the recipient of the George Fairfax Memorial Award.</p>

Artwork for Bec Moore

Bec Moore

Artwork for Martyn Coutts

Martyn Coutts

Artwork for Lucy Evans

Lucy Evans

Mel Page

Mel Page

Artwork for Chris Kohn

Chris Kohn

Richard Vabre

Richard Vabre

Jethro Woodward

Jethro Woodward

Artwork for Luke Mullins & Brian Lipson

Luke Mullins & Brian Lipson

Katherine Tonkin

Katherine Tonkin

Artwork for Brian Lipson

Brian Lipson