Matilda, a young woman of the first world, walks into the ocean and is never seen again. What was her involvement with the fire? What did she know about the body?
Playwright Tee O’Neill draws upon the dark world of film noir and the high drama of Greek chorus in her tale of surveillance, suspicion and subterfuge. A tale that draws the audience into a not too distant future of borders and betrayals. A world of the marginalised and the mysterious. A world where somebody, something is Stalking Matilda.
15 to 18 May 2019
By Tee O’Neill
Directed by Kalika Duck
Set Design by Stephanie Cullingford
Costume Design by Jay Waugh
Lighting Design by Tess Reuvers
Featuring Geordie Bartle, Leo Brown, Olivia Bunyan, Tom Chatfield, Daniel Clayton, Ripley Cooper, Lucas Downs, Benjamin Dreyer, Lauren Elks, Maya Farah, Charlotte Ferguson, Jago Field, Evie Hamilton, Tom Heyning, Maddie Hill, Sarah Jarvis, Felix Khan, Lucy Lumby, Cooper Madin, Toby Murday, Oscar Palandri, Oliver Powell, Savanah Rogers, Jade Rollason, Olivia Sartori, Ed Stoddart, Olivia Strickland, Eva Terry and Brady Vidler.