Jasper Jones

Based on the novel by Craig Silvey Adapted by Kate Mulvany

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25 Jan – 19 Feb 2017

Tuesday & Wednesday 6.30pm
Thursday & Friday 8pm
Saturday 2pm & 8pm
Sunday 5pm

Preview (bookable)
8pm, 25 January

Opening Night (invitation only)
8pm, 26 January

Belvoir Briefing
3pm, 22 January

Unwaged Performance
2pm, 2 February
Sun 5pm

 

Venue: Belvoir Theatre: Upstairs Theatre
Theatre Company: Belvoir Theatre

Duration: N/A

 

Back by Popular Demand!

The 2016 smash hit returns to Belvoir for a quick season before it hits the road.

The backblocks of Western Australia. It’s 1965 and Charlie Bucktin’s thirteen and smart. But when blamed-for-everything Jasper Jones appears at his window one night, Charlie’s out of his depth. Jasper has stumbled on the body of a local girl in the scrub, and he knows he’s the first suspect – that goes with the colour of his skin. He needs every ounce of Charlie’s brains if the truth is to emerge before Jasper finds himself at the pointy end of a deep anger.

As the boys negotiate the secrets of a small town, the winds of change blow – but how do teenage Australians solve the riddles of a Grown-Up World?

Kate Mulvany’s adaptation of Craig Silvey’s award-winning novel is daggy-funny and wise. A coming-of-age story for a generation, and a nation too.

It’s clear that there’s something deeply binding about this show, and very human. It already feels like a classic. It poured out delight in 2016, and the clamour for tickets was so, well, huge, we felt we couldn’t leave it at that. – Eamon

CAST
Kate Box
Tom Conroy
Steve Le Marquand
Matilda Ridgway
Guy Simon

TEAM
Based on the novel by Craig Silvey
Adapted by Kate Mulvany
Director Anne-Louise Sarks
Set Designer Michael Hankin
Costume Designer Mel Page
Lighting Designer Matt Scott
Composer & Sound Designer Steve Toulmin
Fight Choreographer Scott Witt
Choreographer Sara Black
Indigenous Advisor Jada Alberts
Stage Manager Isabella Kerdijk
Assistant Stage Manager Jennifer Pasonage


 

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