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Rabbit

It's the Year of the Rabbit and protagonist Bella (Ingram) is turning 29. Next year she'll be 30 (F$&K!).


To distract her from how she has fabulously squandered away the last decade as a glittering apathetic 20-something: she has decided to throw herself a party and get seriously messy. Surrounded by a group of loosely-connected mates and a growing pile of empty wine bottles, the Birthday Girl and her fr-enemies stumble through a battlefield of love, sex, politics and great expectations.

But circling around the revelry is an uninvited guest: Bella's father: who‟s dealing with a milestone of his own.

Directed by Evans, Rabbit is about Dads and their daughters, the people we love, the people we love to hurt, the bruises we make and the scars we can't take back. It's about being dazed and confused, alive and alone, determined and helpless – on the brink of the new chapter and wanting, desperately, to be told what to do next…

...A sharp, witty script makes this play about sex, success and self-knowledge a must-see.
The Stage (UK)

The dialogue bites, the characters are convincingly flawed, the scenario is deeply familiar.
Rip It Up (AUS)

[Raine] taps into a paradox of our time: Although 40 is the new 30, 75 the new 60, and so on, midlife crises seem to come earlier and earlier as the pressure to succeed at a young age has become astronomical.
New York Times (USA)


Rabbit
Venue: Sue Benner Theatre, Metro Arts
Dates:  12-28/07/11
Official Site: www.metroarts.com.au















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