Short Plays Collection ANTHOLOGY: A CHANGE IN THE WEATHER to Play Alexander Upstairs Theatre
Three writers and three actors will present an anthology of three short plays emplying the same thematic springboard when ANTHOLOGY: A CHANGE IN THE WEATHER plays the Alexander Bar and Café Upstairs Theatre from next week.
Candice D'Arcy's FUNDAMENTAL looks at what life in the not-too-distant-future could be like, if the lines between politics and religion are no longer drawn. In Nicholas Spagnoletti's DROWNED BRIDE, a best man and a bride find themselves at the bottom of the Atlantic, dead, after the wedding went horribly wrong. Finally, there is Louis Viljoen's TROPICALYPSE, where some hangovers feel like the end of the world and some hangovers are the end of the world.
The writers were given the theme, and aside from constraints on cast-size and set, total freedom. Brilliant acting talents Adrian Collins, Amy Wilson and Brendon Daniels are up for the challenge that ANTHOLOGY: A CHANGE IN THE WEATHER presents. The plays are directed by Viljoen, D'Arcy and Megan Furniss.
ANTHOLOGY: A CHANGE IN THE WEATHER plays from 8-12 December at 7pm, with tickets costing R90-R100. Booking are open online at the Alexander Bar website or at the bar itself. Tickets can also be purchased in person at the bar anytime during regular opening hours, on Mondays - Saturdays from 11am to 1am. For telephone bookings and enquiries, call 021 300 1652.