THEATRE
Strathmore Community Hall
Loeman Street
Strathmore
[Melway map 16 H10]

BOOKINGS: 9382 6284

STAGtheatre



Face to Face and Charitable Intent (2 plays from the Jack Manning Trilogy) David Williamson
Directed by Roderick Chappel

By special arrangement with The Cameron Creswell Agency Pty Ltd

Season:
9-Nov-17 to 19-Nov-17

Theatre:
Strathmore Community Hall
Loeman Street
Strathmore
Melway map 16 H10

Performances:
8:00pm / 2:00pm matinee

Prices:
Adult $20.00 ($15.00 concession/child)

Bookings:
9382 6284

Synopsis:
In the 1990s David Williamson, Australia’s best-known playwright, saw the dramatic potential of Community Conferencing—a process which
facilitates communication between people who are in serious interpersonal conflict or are dealing with anti-social behaviour. Williamson demonstrated the pow-er of Community Conferencing by translating it to the stage in his Jack Manning Trilogy.
These two short plays from the Trilogy explore very different cases of workplace conflict, with contrasting outcomes. Charitable Intent deals with a charity fund-raising company which has been undergoing disruptive organisational change. In Face to Face, a victim of workplace bullying has then been fired after vandalising his boss’s expensive car. In each intriguing situation there are unexpected developments, as secrets are revealed and human emotions and motivations come to the surface.

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