Presented by Hammond Fleet Productions and Holden Street Theatres
“Tis a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing”
About the show
A modern take on Macbeth set in the world of Australian politics.
The Macbeths, an ambitious Liberal party couple who stop at nothing in their pursuit of power.
A mash up of Shakespeare and Greg Fleet.
Love, ambition, life and death.
"A masterpiece" - The Australian.
“Delicious..Shakespeare, Scorsese…a highlight of the season." Four Stars **** - The West Australian
Cast & Company
Greg Fleet also wrote the Blue Room Award-winning This Is Not A Love Song and the hit memoir These Things Happen.
Signifying Nothing features a who’s who of Australian theatre, film and television, including Roz Hammond, Lawrence Mooney, Luke Hewitt and Caitlyn Beresford.
In an imagined Australia where The Republic is approaching like a train Paul and Lainey Macbeth are the ultimate power couple: ambitious, ruthless and willing to risk everything for something more.
Words and function. Drive and irreversible deeds. In the end the difference between a stain and a masterpiece is perception.
AWARD WINNING WRITING
Four Stars **** - The West Australian
14th - 18th @ 9:15 pm
19th @ 7:45pm
21st - 24th @ 9:15pm
25th & 26th @ 6:00 pm
28th @ 7:30pm
1st-5th @ 7.30pm
7th - 12th @ 7:45pm
Adult: $28.00, BankSA Customer: $22.00, Conc.: $22.00, Child: $14.00
Companion Card holders welcome.
Venue: The Studio, Holden Street Theatres