Media release from the Butter Factory Theatre, Wodonga
Why do you have to go to work? How come adults drink to have fun? What was life like before the Internet?
This is a show full of questions asked by young people and answered by adults. Watch as age collides with experience as audiences young and old come together in a revealing one-hour-tell-all.
Adults take a back seat as a powerful group of 9–13-year-olds direct from our community (or family!) tackle the answers they receive to the questions they’ve always wanted to know.
After three attempts (thank you COVID!), HotHouse Theatre is proud to finally bring this innovative production to the mainstage at the Butter Factory Theatre.
A perfect way to celebrate the end of the summer holidays, the show abounds with energy, intelligence and pure joy for all the family from primary age to those in their prime!
Featuring a cast of local young artists from Albury Wodonga working with one of Queensland’s most exciting independent companies, The Good Room, HotHouse Theatre is proud to finally present I’ve Been Meaning to Ask You.
This is a COVID Safe event.
PERFORMANCE DATES AND TIMES:
- Tuesday 25 January 2022 – 7pm
- Thursday 27 January 2022 – 1pm & 7pm
- Friday 28 January 2022 – 7pm, plus post-show Q&A
- Saturday 29 January 2022 – 1pm & 7pm
- Full $39, Child $24, Family (2+2) $120, Group 6+ $30
Tickets available at: www.hothousetheatre.com.au
Director: Daniel Evans | Key Creatives: Amy Ingram & Nathan Sibthorpe
Producer: Tara Hobbs | Designer: Jonathan Hindmarsh
Lighting Design: Jason Glenwright | Original Composer/Sound Design: Dane Alexander
Video Design: Craig Wilkinson (Optikal Bloc) | Choreography: Nerida Matthaei
Original Costume Design: Madeline Taylor | Original Young Person Producer: Annette Box