By Louris van de Geer


MOTHER, FATHER and CHILD live their lives the way lives are lived until one day CHILD lies down on his stomach like a starfish and refuses to get up. The parents call for help, which comes in the form of a room with a one-way mirror. On the other side of the mirror is VOICE, who instructs the family, via in-ear microphone, on how to exist. 

“…evidence of a playwright willing to push into challenging and uncomfortable places.” – Tim Byrne, TimeOut

“A mesmeric production orchestrated with impeccable craft and skill.” - The Plus Ones

“Theatre composed in the key of anxiety…the more you think about it, the more intriguing it becomes.” - Cameron Woodhead, The Age

“Complex and fascinating theatre.” – Ann-Marie Peard, Sometimes Melbourne

“Amelia Lever-Davidson’s lighting is a show in itself.” – Chris Boyd, The Australian

Written by Louris van de Geer
Directed by Susie Dee
Set & Costume by Kate Davis
Lighting by Amelia Lever-Davidson
Sound by Ian Moorehead
Production/Stage Management by Tanje Ruddick
Assistant Stage Management by Olivia Bishop
Produced by Anastasia Ryan
Performed by Daniela Farinacci, Thomas Dolan, Peter Houghton, Josh Price, Daniel O’Neill