A new Australian work written by Michael McStay

The Old Fitz Theatre
SEP 27th – OCT 8th
9:30pm, Sunday 7:30

Director: Michael McStay
Producer: Emma Diaz
Cast: Zoe Jensen, Lauren Richardson, Charlotte Devenport, Josephine
Starte, Georgia Wilde and Alex Malone

A loose morality play.

A group of women weave the strange story of a girl who, for the first time in her life, ventures outside to experience the world and its cruelty. See what happens when purity is corrupted, as the odyssey of growing up turns from a dream into a nightmare.

Featuring brilliant new Australian writing, songs, sass and an outstanding all female cast Threnody promises a night at the theatre like no other!

From the creative mind that brought you ‘Bright Those Claws that Mar the Flesh’, McStay returns to the Late Night stage with his newest work.

“McStay’s face-paced script… revels in the depravities, intricacies, and eccentricities of the
human condition in a comedic and consistently intriguing form.” – Bec Caton, Aussie Theatre
“Bright Those Claws That Mar the Flesh is a singular experience. It is a rollicking rampage of
personalities, theatrical references, meta-theatrical departures and whimsy.” – Sean Maroney, The Music