NEW GHOSTS THEATRE COMPANY presents the Australian premiere of IPHIGENIA IN SPLOTT

Fresh from their critically acclaimed production of Blue Christmas at KXT, New Ghosts Theatre Company brings Artistic Director Lucy Clements and resident IGNITE performer Meg Clarke back together again in the Australian premiere of a one-woman show that has taken stages by storm internationally.

Stumbling down Clifton Street at 11:30am drunk, Effie is the kind of girl you’d avoid eye contact with, silently passing judgement. We think we know her, but we don’t know the half of it. Effie’s life spirals through a mess of drink, drugs and drama every night, and a hangover worse than death the next day – till one night gives her the chance to be something more.

Inspired by the enduring Greek myth, Iphigenia in Splott drives home the high price people pay for society’s shortcomings. Effie will break your heart.

Directed by Lucy Clements

Performed by Meg Clarke

Produced by Jane Angharad

Set and Costume Design by Angela Doherty

Lighting Design by James Smithers and Jack Saltmiras

Composer and Sound Designer: Chrysoulla Markoulli

Cinematography by Jack Saltmiras

Camera Operator: Jonathan Baker

Sound Mixing by Adam Connelly

Sound Recordist: Michael Yore

Stage Manager: Milly Grindrod

Assistant Producer Janine Lau

Assistant Director: Tiffany Wong

Assistant Stage Manager: Cecilia Dinh


LIVE EVENT

Thur 12th – Sat 21st November 2020

Tues – Sat 7:30pm, Sun 5pm

Performed at Flight Path Theatre | 142 Addison Road, Marrickville
Tickets: www.flightpaththeatre.org

ONLINE EVENT

Tues 17th – Sun 29th November 2020

Tickets: https://events.humanitix.com/iphigenia-in-splott

Ticket holders will be emailed a ticket and can watch the performance via a secure link on their chosen date or over the following 48hrs.

Gabi Bergman

Gabi Bergman is a Melbourne-based performer. She holds a Double Arts degree in Theatre Studies and Film/Screen Studies and a Master of Teaching (Secondary Education). Gabi has always been an avid lover of theatre, specifically musicals, and spends way too much money than she’d like to admit on tickets. Her most prized possession is her crate of theatre programs.

Gabi Bergman

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