3 Mar — 9 Apr 2016
Wharf 1 Theatre
Sydney Theatre Company presents
A Sydney Theatre Company and State Theatre Company of South Australia Production
By Sue Smith
Finding hope amidst the ruins
Lisa McCune is back at STC for the first time in almost a decade in this moving new play. From acclaimed Australian writer Sue Smith (Kryptonite, ABC TV’s Mabo and Brides of Christ), Machu Picchu explores love, loyalty and healing – both physical and spiritual – in a delicate but unflinching way.
McCune plays Gabby, a woman who has everything she could want – a successful career, a loving husband, a brilliant daughter and the best of friends. But still, something is missing. When a terrible accident leaves her husband paralysed, she has to confront secrets and desires that have lain dormant for years. The question is, what will stand the test of time?
State Theatre Company of South Australia’s Artistic Director Geordie Brookman, who directed Smith’s Kryptonite in 2014, returns to bring to life this deeply affecting world premiere.
“Do you think this is the most perfect moment of our lives?”
Duration 2hrs (including interval)
Warning Strong language
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This project is supported by the Australian Writers’ Foundation, with the generous support of Kim Williams AM
Season Ticket prices
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Saturday evening A Reserve $87
Adult A Reserve $84
Seniors cardholder $75
Under 30 $64
Single Ticket prices
Saturday evening A Reserve $104
Saturday evening B Reserve $84
Saturday evening C Reserve $55
Adult A Reserve $98
Adult B Reserve $78
Adult C Reserve $55
Seniors cardholder $89
Under 30 $78
Restricted view $20*
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